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Theatre Tower on the Julier Pass. Architecture by Walter Bieler and Giovanni Netzer. The 30m wooden tower sits on top of the Julier Pass, 2300m above sea level and was constructed during 3 months in 2017. It will be deconstructed in the fall of 2020. It hosts theaters and other events.
First of all huge thanks to @gabrielezocchi for being an amazing Milan guide! :)) This is Coloris by Pascale Marthine Tayou, 2018, an artwork next to Tre Torri in Milan. On the concrete surface which represents the world map there are over 100 metal poles, which have a height from 6-12m. I hope you like colors :)🌈
Courtyard of the Atelier Bardill and a mountain; by Valerio Olgiati (@valerioolgiati) 2006-2007 in Scharans. Red-brown concrete. Since it is located in the protected centre of Scharans, construction permission was only granted if the new construction had the same volume as the old barn, which lead to this unique design. On the left is the interior, which takes about 1/3 of the area, while the courtyard takes two thirds.
Zölly by Meili + Peter Architekten, 2009-2014 Notice the blocks of 3 storeys (except the top three ones). The upper (level-down) and the lower (level-up) feature a small area with a height of approx. 1.5 storeys. Inbetween is the corner apartment, which therefore has a smaller floor area and only has the small corner of the front side of the building. (I‘ll put a small sketch on my ig story)
The 46m chimney of the Triemli Hospital in Zurich. Designed by Gérard Prêtre and Francisco Carrascosa, 2015.
Brauen Wälchli, 2006-2007 The white triangles are air cushions, which are made out of plastic and have layers filled with air that are connected by membranes. An air compressor monitors its pressure. These elements of the wall offer thermal insulation and daylight. (source: Caroline Dione, Logique de la structure, 2007)
Messe Basel | @herzogdemeuron | 2010-2013 #WHPresolutions2019 2018 has been an amazing year, and I can’t wait for 2019! (Actually I can, I need more time to prepare for my exams 😂) Anyways, I’ve never liked new years resolutions, if you want to change something, do it right now- but if there’s one for 2019.. be happy? Wish you a wonderful 2019!💫
Happy holidays!! Top of the Jet d’eau in Geneva This version was installed in 1951, and 500 litres of water per second are jetted to an altitude of 140m. Its history dates back to 1886, when a smaller version, which could reach a height of 30m, was used as a safety valve for the hydraulic power network. Since people liked it, they constructed a new one as a tourist attraction in 1891, although at a slightly different location, and this one could already reach a height of 90m.
Kantonsschule Baden by Fritz Haller, 1962-1964. The architect Fritz Haller is also known for being the co-inventor of the USM Modular Furniture, USM Haller, which has been widely used in almost every office since its invention. (once you see them you’ll notice them everywhere)
An oldie in blue & white. Gebrüder Pfister’s Peterhof in Zurich (the Grieder building). 1912-1914
Basilica di Santa Croce. 1294-1442. The Marble Facade was added between 1857 and 1863. It is the burial place of Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli and many others. Not as grand as the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore but very striking nonetheless.