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House Z22 and Warehouse F88

Works17. March 2017
By: gus wüstemann architects
Zurich, Switzerland
All photographs courtesy of gus wüstemann architects
This is a reconstruction of a multi-family house with workshop rooms in the Seefeld area of Zurich. The project is a contextual dialogue with history. The massive stone walls of the 170-year-old house were the starting point for applying new contemporary forms of living.
gus wüstemann architects

House Z22 and Warehouse F88

Works17. March 2017
By: gus wüstemann architects
Zurich, Switzerland
All photographs courtesy of gus wüstemann architects
This is a reconstruction of a multi-family house with workshop rooms in the Seefeld area of Zurich. The project is a contextual dialogue with history. The massive stone walls of the 170-year-old house were the starting point for applying new contemporary forms of living.

A Glass House Like a Grapevine

Products14. October 2016
By: John Hill, Thomas Geuder
In Dielsdorf near Zurich, L3P Architekten have built a residence with a transparent facade. (Picture: Vito Stallone / Glas Trösch)
An area of 45 square meters is not much for the planning of a house. Nevertheless L3P Architekten managed to make room for a family of four in Dielsdorf near Zurich – using the logic of the surrounding grapevines to articulate the structure.

A Glass House Like a Grapevine

Products14. October 2016
By: John Hill, Thomas Geuder
In Dielsdorf near Zurich, L3P Architekten have built a residence with a transparent facade. (Picture: Vito Stallone / Glas Trösch)
An area of 45 square meters is not much for the planning of a house. Nevertheless L3P Architekten managed to make room for a family of four in Dielsdorf near Zurich – using the logic of the surrounding grapevines to articulate the structure.
Interview with IDA14's Karsten Schmidt

An Inside View of Hotels

Insight 3. October 2016
By: John Hill
Lobby of Boutique Hotel Marktgasse (Photo: Studio Roth&Maerchy)
Earlier this year World-Architects met with Zurich-based interior designer Karsten Schmidt, an expert in the world of hospitality. We got a tour of one of his recent projects, the Marktgasse Hotel Zurich*, and sat down at the hotel's cafe, Delish, to talk about what is happening today in regards to the design of hotels.
Interview with IDA14's Karsten Schmidt

An Inside View of Hotels

Insight 3. October 2016
By: John Hill
Lobby of Boutique Hotel Marktgasse (Photo: Studio Roth&Maerchy)
Earlier this year World-Architects met with Zurich-based interior designer Karsten Schmidt, an expert in the world of hospitality. We got a tour of one of his recent projects, the Marktgasse Hotel Zurich*, and sat down at the hotel's cafe, Delish, to talk about what is happening today in regards to the design of hotels.
be baumschlager eberle

The Metropolitans

Works 3. October 2016
By: be baumschlager eberle
Zurich, Switzerland - 2015
Photo: archphoto, inc © baumschlager eberle
The name given to the two tower blocks in the north of Zurich reflects their claim to residential quality of a special kind. Designed by be baumschlager eberle, “the metropolitans” ensemble elegantly combines structural factors with urban planning considerations.
be baumschlager eberle

The Metropolitans

Works 3. October 2016
By: be baumschlager eberle
Zurich, Switzerland - 2015
Photo: archphoto, inc © baumschlager eberle
The name given to the two tower blocks in the north of Zurich reflects their claim to residential quality of a special kind. Designed by be baumschlager eberle, “the metropolitans” ensemble elegantly combines structural factors with urban planning considerations.

Calatrava Builds Next to Calatrava

Headlines23. September 2016
By: John Hill
All images courtesy of Haus Zum Falken
Architect Santiago Calatrava has unveiled plans for a "cutting-edge office building" to be located next to the Calatrava-designed Stadelhofen rail station in Zurich.

Calatrava Builds Next to Calatrava

Headlines23. September 2016
By: John Hill
All images courtesy of Haus Zum Falken
Architect Santiago Calatrava has unveiled plans for a "cutting-edge office building" to be located next to the Calatrava-designed Stadelhofen rail station in Zurich.