Daniel Bachmann

3D & IT generalist
Technical artist

3D & IT generalist
CG & Multimedia artist

Digital manufacturing
Rapid prototyping
3D instructions & catalogues
Teaching & lecturing
Project planning & execution
Media production

Digital Manufacturing
Rapid Prototyping
Teaching & Lecturing
Project planning & execution
Media Production

If you have a scheduling inquiry for my services or wish to chat about an upcoming project need, please contact me at db@danielbachmann.ch

I am a professional generalist, located in Zürich, Switzerland. 

Since the early nineties I do pioneering projects from start to finish, working in teams or single handed. Using my broad spectrum of knowledge allows me to blend technology and art, providing future-oriented user experiences. Learning by doing and arranging the needed toolset to tackle new endevours is my passion.

I love to share my experience through lecturing. I teach industry customers and university students of varying level of expertise. Combining teaching and project work is one of my specialities. I am a certified Rhino 3D trainer and also teach Blender 3D.

From 2000 to 2011 I ran my own company doing 3D production and teaching. Until then I worked on IT, web projects and usability research.

From 2011 to 2019 I worked as Lecturer and Technical Director at ETH RAPLAB. The Rapid Architectural Prototyping Laboratory is part of the Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich where Architects build models & prototypes from small to real scale. I had lots of fun, teaching future architects and learning new exiting crafts myself everyday.

These days I am interested in emerging technology. VR/AR/XR is where I put my energy into. 

Enjoy your stay and let me know if you are interested in any topic I could assist in your endeavor.


Novartis, USM, Regent Lighting, Thommen Medical, Euro Airport, ETH Zürich, Uniplan, Sensile Medical, Swiss Olympic Team, Wincan, CD Lab, Pollex Technology, Stücheli Architekten, CAD Partner and more top brand companies.

ETH Zürich, Bern University of Applied Sciences, University of Basel Computer Science Department, FHNW HyperWerk (Institute for Postindustrial Design).

Be inspired. Inspire.