Stone H / Gus Wüstemann Architects

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Architects: Gus Wüstemann Architects
Location: Zurich,
Design Team: Jan Kubasiewicz, Marta Balsera Goni, Eftychia Papathanasiou, Silvia Pujalte
Photographs: Bruno Helbling, homegate

Toni-Areal / EM2N

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Architects: EM2N
Location: Industriequartier Hard, Foerrlibuck Street 109, 8005 ,
Architects In Charge: Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli
Area: 125000.0 sqm
Year: 2014
Photographs: Simon Menges, Roger Frei

Zurich Zoo Foyer Renovation & Extension / L3P Architects

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Architects: L3P Architects
Location: Zürich, Zoo, 8044 ,
Architects In Charge: Martin Reusser, Boris Egli, Markus Müller, Frank Schäfer
Year: 2014
Photographs: Sabrina Scheja

Lindenrinde / Ken Architects

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Architects: Ken Architects
Location: Zurich,
Year: 2011
Photographs: Hannes Henz

Tamedia Office Building / Shigeru Ban Architects

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Architects: Shigeru Ban Architects
Location: , Switzerland
Architect In Charge: Shigeru Ban
Area: 10,120 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Didier Boy de la Tour, Courtesy of Shigeru Ban Architects

Feldbalz House / Gus Wüstemann Architects

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Architects: Gus Wüstemann Architects
Location: Zurich,
Design Team: Marta B. Goñi, Rodrigo Iturrieta
Area: 276 sqm
Year: 2008
Photographs: Bruno Helbling

Dwelling House with Barn / Michael Meier Marius Hug Architekten

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Architects: Michael Meier Marius Hug Architekten
Location: District 12, Zurich,
Collaborators: Chrsitiane Illing, Jürg-Andreas Riedl, Christina Sulzer
Area: 600.0 sqm
Year: 2010
Photographs: Roman Keller

Not Guilty / Ippolito Fleitz Group

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Architects: Ippolito Fleitz Group
Location: Zurich,
Team: Peter Ippolito, Gunter Fleitz, Alexander Fehre, Felix Rabe, Katja Heinemann, Tanja Ziegler
Graphic Design: Sonja Schneider
Area: 230.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: Zooey Braun, Paolo Emmanuele

House At Zimmerberg Bottom / Rossetti + Wyss Architekten

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Architects: Rossetti + Wyss Architekten
Location: ,
Architect In Charge: Tobias Lindenmann
Area: 170 sqm
Year: 2007
Photographs: Jürg Zimmermann

Affoltern Housing Development / EM2N

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Architects: EM2N
Location: Wehntalerstrasse, CH-8046 Zurich,
Architect In Charge:
Area: 29967.0 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Roger Frei

Housing Im Forster / EM2N

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Architects: EM2N
Location: Zürichbergstrasse, Zürich,
Architect In Charge:
Area: 5,925 sqm
Year: 2011
Photographs: Roger Frei

Leutschenbach School / Christian Kerez

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Architects: Christian Kerez
Location: Leutschenbach, Saatlenfussweg 3, 8050 Zürich,
Architect In Charge: Christian Kerez
Team: Christian Scheidegger (project manager), Lukas Camponovo, Andrea Casiraghi
Structural Engineer: Dr. Schwartz Consulting, Zug, Joseph Schwartz with dsp, , Walter Kaufmann, Mario Monotti
Construction Management: BGS, Rapperswil
Area: 11500.0 sqm
Year: 2009
Photographs: Courtesy of Christian Kerez

Europaallee Zurich / Max Dudler Architekt

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Architects: Max Dudler Architekt
Location: , Switzerland
Project Managers: Christian Moeller, Wiebke Ahues, Maike Schrader, Claudio Pasquini, Christof Berkenhoff, Nina Behjati
Year: 2009
Photographs: Stefan Müller

Housing Neufrankengasse / EM2N

© Simon Menges

Architects: EM2N
Location: Zürich,
Project Leader: Gerry Schwyter, David Duca, Raul Mera
Project Team: Fabian Hörmann, Florian Kaiser, Martin Schriener, Elena Schwarz, Caroline Vogel
Partners: Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli
Area: 5,800 sqm
Year: 2008
Photographs: Simon Menges

AD Classics: Centre Le Corbusier (Heidi Weber Museum) / Le Corbusier

Courtesy of Samuel Ludwig

Iconic for its floating steel roof and brightly colored panels, the Centre Le is the last building Le designed before his death in 1965. Completed in 1967, the building stands as a testament to ’s renaissance genius as an architect, painter, and sculptor. It does so both intentionally, as it is an exhibition space for his life’s work, and naturally, as it is a building masterfully designed. Interestingly, the building diverges in some ways from the style responsible for his renown – concrete, stone, uniform repetition, etc. It celebrates the use of steel, with which he explored prefabrication and assembly, and a freedom through modularity, in which the plan is completely open but infinitely adaptable.

The New Toni-Areal in Zürich West

Courtesy of EM2N

The Toni-Areal is a crucial part of the plan to breathe new life into Zürich West. The building was formerly a milk processing facility, and the new design by architecture firm EM2N features spaces for cultural events, as well as the Zürich University of the Arts and two departments of the Zürich University of Applied Sciences.

The Toni-Areal is one of the largest construction projects ever undertaken in Zürich and will be the largest construction site in during its realization phase. The total usable floor space is 108,500 m2, of which the colleges comprise 84,500 m2. The remaining 23,500 m2 are dedicated to housing, cultural events, restaurants, and small retail shops, as well as parking and technology. The construction price—including basic upgrades and tenant upgrades—amounts to about 350 million Swiss francs.

Sponsored by Nemetschek , Inc.

House for 6 Families / L3P Architects

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Architects: L3P Architects
Location: Regensberg, Canton Zurich,
Design Team: Frank Schaefer Arch.ETH, Boris Egli Arch.FH, Martin Reusser Arch.FH
Civil Engineering: Bona + Fischer AG, Winterthur
Builder: E. Schäfer Bau AG, Dielsdorf
Area: 960 sqm
Year: 2008
Photographs: Vito Stallone

Dynamo Metal Workshop / phalt Architekten

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Architects: phalt Architekten
Location: ,
Project Team: Cornelia Mattiello, Frank Schneider, Mike Mattiello
Year: 2008
Photographs: Dominique Wehrli