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  7. GSC House / e2a

GSC House / e2a

  • 00:00 - 2 March, 2011
GSC House / e2a
GSC House / e2a, © Radek Brunecky
© Radek Brunecky

© Radek Brunecky © Radek Brunecky © Radek Brunecky © Radek Brunecky + 10

  • Architects

    e2a - Wim Eckert, Piet Eckert
  • Location

    Zurich, Switzerland
  • Project Team

     Markus Giera, Hans-Peter Kistler, Harris Illiadis
  • Structure

    Walt + Galmarini, Zürich
  • Construction Management

    Oppliger von Gunten, Zürich
  • Hvac

    Rechberger Huustechnik, Zürich
  • Electric Engineering

    IBG Engineering, Winterthur
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. The 50% steepness of the site and the existing precious panorama has generated a wide range of terrace variations in the neighborhood. To be outside means to deal with the presence of all the terrace holders. The client’s need of extraordinary privacy was enhanced by the position of volumes, generating a micro context, quasi their own neighborhood.

© Radek Brunecky
© Radek Brunecky

The remaining land will become an inaccessible but cultivated jungle. Access is organized through a serpentine road in the south, reaching the utilitarian house. The main stairs give access to the entry court.

© Radek Brunecky
© Radek Brunecky

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Cite: "GSC House / e2a" 02 Mar 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/114102/gsc-house-e2a/> ISSN 0719-8884
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