Lisa Euler studied architecture at TU Darmstadt, ETH Zürich and Istanbul Technical University. During her studies she collaborated with Raoul Bunschoten at CHORA architecture and urbanism on the exhibitions "Dynamicity" at the NAI in Rotterdam and „From Matter to Metaspace“ in Hamburg. In 2006 she participated in the Camp for Oppositional Architecture in Utrecht. After her graduation in 2007 she started working at Herzog & de Meuron where she was in charge of the design for the conceptual masterplan of Expo Milan 2015 and an office tower at the Novartis Campus in Basel. Since 2011 she has been employed at ETH Studio Basel as a researcher and teaching assistant. In 2012, together with Tanja Reimer, she was awarded the BSA Forschungsstipendium. Their common research resulted in the publication "Klumpen Auseinandersetzung mit einem Gebäudetyp" and a series of lectures.