Since its arrival in Ecublens in 1978, the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne has distinguished itself not only by the quality of its teaching, laboratories and research groups, but also by its ambitious architecture.
Innovative, the School’s architectural achievements have been widely praised at national and international level. Discover some of its flagship buildings.
The building was designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. It presents exhibitions and also houses a Montreux Jazz Café.
Designed by the Japanese architectural firm SANAA, the RLC functions as a laboratory for learning, a library and an international cultural hub for EPFL.
One of the largest conference centers in the Lake Geneva region hosting events of international fame.