Ramon De Marco

Ramon De Marco (*1975) studied Audio Design at the University of Music in Basel. From 1999 to 2001 he worked for Virus (Swiss Radio SRF), where he conceived and created the sound design studio and the entire acoustic layout. From 2001 he was a consultant at the music department of Fabrica, the Communication Research Centre of Benetton, in Treviso, Italy. In 2004 he founded the company Idee und Klang GmbH, which focuses on audio scenography, sound design for interactives and corporate sound. 
Ramon led projects such as the audio design for the BMW Museum in Munich, the ,State Grid Pavilion‘ for the Expo 2010 in Shanghai or the Center of World Culture in Saudi Arabia. He also works as an electronic musician and artist and has created various audio installations, among others for: The ,Outer Ear Festival‘ in Chicago, the ,Museum of Contemporary Art‘ in Basel, the Furniture Fair in Milan and the ,Centre Pompidou‘ in Paris. Currently he is teaching at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland and at the University of Applied Sciences in Chur as well as guest lecturer at various universities.