221122 ATELIER DIAGRAM
221122 THURGAU DIAGRAM
221122 TEXTIL MUSEUM DIAGRAM
221122 HOCHBERGSTRASSE DIAGRAM
221122 ISENGRIND DIAGRAM
221122 MUESCHWILLEN DIAGRAM
221122 BERNEX DIAGRAM
221122 SALZWEG DIAGRAM
221122 WINDOW DIAGRAM
221122 KAPSEL DIAGRAM
UNDER CONSTRUCTION, ATELIER HOUSE WITH NORTHERN LIGHT, TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, FRIBOURG, CH

Living/Working
The house is conceived so that one can live and work in the same place. There is no clear separation between living and working spaces. They are mixed together. By changing the programme of a 1990‘s single-family housing area, the Atelier House aims to reactivate the neighborhood by generating new relationships. To bring light into a work space, an opening was made in the roof. The space is flooded with unshaded daylight from the north throughout the day, providing optimal working conditions.

Pergola
A generous pergola to the south extends the interior space to the out- side. A roof overhang creates a semi-outdoor space that is shaded and protected from the rain. On the front part, the structure allows climbing plants to grow.

Wood
The structure, walls, roof, façade and window frames are made of wood. Wood has many advantages, such as simple assembly on the construction site. The early planning work allows the building to be assembled in prefabricated elements managed by a BIM model. In addition, wood generates low energy and CO2 emissions. The window frames and the roof are covered with a thin metal skin to protect them and increase their life cycle. Throughout the project, priority was given to regional materials and production.

Ground
The house takes advantage from its relationship with the ground. As the house is at ground level, the space is directly accessible by car. In addition, the choice of the ground gives to the space a public character. The suspended balcony and the partition wall generate private niches in the large main space.

Year: 2019 - 2022
Type: Living/Working
Area: 112m2

UNDER CONSTRUCTION, ATELIER HOUSE WITH NORTHERN LIGHT, TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, FRIBOURG, CH

Living/Working
The house is conceived so that one can live and work in the same place. There is no clear separation between living and working spaces. They are mixed together. By changing the programme of a 1990‘s single-family housing area, the Atelier House aims to reactivate the neighborhood by generating new relationships. To bring light into a work space, an opening was made in the roof. The space is flooded with unshaded daylight from the north throughout the day, providing optimal working conditions.

Pergola
A generous pergola to the south extends the interior space to the out- side. A roof overhang creates a semi-outdoor space that is shaded and protected from the rain. On the front part, the structure allows climbing plants to grow.

Wood
The structure, walls, roof, façade and window frames are made of wood. Wood has many advantages, such as simple assembly on the construction site. The early planning work allows the building to be assembled in prefabricated elements managed by a BIM model. In addition, wood generates low energy and CO2 emissions. The window frames and the roof are covered with a thin metal skin to protect them and increase their life cycle. Throughout the project, priority was given to regional materials and production.

Ground
The house takes advantage from its relationship with the ground. As the house is at ground level, the space is directly accessible by car. In addition, the choice of the ground gives to the space a public character. The suspended balcony and the partition wall generate private niches in the large main space.

Year: 2019 - 2022
Type: Living/Working
Area: 112m2

UNDER CONSTRUCTION, ATELIER HOUSE WITH NORTHERN LIGHT, TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, FRIBOURG, CH

Living/Working
The house is conceived so that one can live and work in the same place. There is no clear separation between living and working spaces. They are mixed together. By changing the programme of a 1990‘s single-family housing area, the Atelier House aims to reactivate the neighborhood by generating new relationships. To bring light into a work space, an opening was made in the roof. The space is flooded with unshaded daylight from the north throughout the day, providing optimal working conditions.

Pergola
A generous pergola to the south extends the interior space to the out- side. A roof overhang creates a semi-outdoor space that is shaded and protected from the rain. On the front part, the structure allows climbing plants to grow.

Wood
The structure, walls, roof, façade and window frames are made of wood. Wood has many advantages, such as simple assembly on the construction site. The early planning work allows the building to be assembled in prefabricated elements managed by a BIM model. In addition, wood generates low energy and CO2 emissions. The window frames and the roof are covered with a thin metal skin to protect them and increase their life cycle. Throughout the project, priority was given to regional materials and production.

Ground
The house takes advantage from its relationship with the ground. As the house is at ground level, the space is directly accessible by car. In addition, the choice of the ground gives to the space a public character. The suspended balcony and the partition wall generate private niches in the large main space.

Year: 2019 - 2022
Type: Living/Working
Area: 112m2

UNDER CONSTRUCTION, ATELIER HOUSE WITH NORTHERN LIGHT, TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, FRIBOURG, CH

Living/Working
The house is conceived so that one can live and work in the same place. There is no clear separation between living and working spaces. They are mixed together. By changing the programme of a 1990‘s single-family housing area, the Atelier House aims to reactivate the neighborhood by generating new relationships. To bring light into a work space, an opening was made in the roof. The space is flooded with unshaded daylight from the north throughout the day, providing optimal working conditions.

Pergola
A generous pergola to the south extends the interior space to the out- side. A roof overhang creates a semi-outdoor space that is shaded and protected from the rain. On the front part, the structure allows climbing plants to grow.

Wood
The structure, walls, roof, façade and window frames are made of wood. Wood has many advantages, such as simple assembly on the construction site. The early planning work allows the building to be assembled in prefabricated elements managed by a BIM model. In addition, wood generates low energy and CO2 emissions. The window frames and the roof are covered with a thin metal skin to protect them and increase their life cycle. Throughout the project, priority was given to regional materials and production.

Ground
The house takes advantage from its relationship with the ground. As the house is at ground level, the space is directly accessible by car. In addition, the choice of the ground gives to the space a public character. The suspended balcony and the partition wall generate private niches in the large main space.

Year: 2019 - 2022
Type: Living/Working
Area: 112m2

UNDER CONSTRUCTION, ATELIER HOUSE WITH NORTHERN LIGHT, TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, FRIBOURG, CH

Living/Working
The house is conceived so that one can live and work in the same place. There is no clear separation between living and working spaces. They are mixed together. By changing the programme of a 1990‘s single-family housing area, the Atelier House aims to reactivate the neighborhood by generating new relationships. To bring light into a work space, an opening was made in the roof. The space is flooded with unshaded daylight from the north throughout the day, providing optimal working conditions.

Pergola
A generous pergola to the south extends the interior space to the out- side. A roof overhang creates a semi-outdoor space that is shaded and protected from the rain. On the front part, the structure allows climbing plants to grow.

Wood
The structure, walls, roof, façade and window frames are made of wood. Wood has many advantages, such as simple assembly on the construction site. The early planning work allows the building to be assembled in prefabricated elements managed by a BIM model. In addition, wood generates low energy and CO2 emissions. The window frames and the roof are covered with a thin metal skin to protect them and increase their life cycle. Throughout the project, priority was given to regional materials and production.

Ground
The house takes advantage from its relationship with the ground. As the house is at ground level, the space is directly accessible by car. In addition, the choice of the ground gives to the space a public character. The suspended balcony and the partition wall generate private niches in the large main space.

Year: 2019 - 2022
Type: Living/Working
Area: 112m2

UNDER CONSTRUCTION, ATELIER HOUSE WITH NORTHERN LIGHT, TIMBER CONSTRUCTION, FRIBOURG, CH

Living/Working
The house is conceived so that one can live and work in the same place. There is no clear separation between living and working spaces. They are mixed together. By changing the programme of a 1990‘s single-family housing area, the Atelier House aims to reactivate the neighborhood by generating new relationships. To bring light into a work space, an opening was made in the roof. The space is flooded with unshaded daylight from the north throughout the day, providing optimal working conditions.

Pergola
A generous pergola to the south extends the interior space to the out- side. A roof overhang creates a semi-outdoor space that is shaded and protected from the rain. On the front part, the structure allows climbing plants to grow.

Wood
The structure, walls, roof, façade and window frames are made of wood. Wood has many advantages, such as simple assembly on the construction site. The early planning work allows the building to be assembled in prefabricated elements managed by a BIM model. In addition, wood generates low energy and CO2 emissions. The window frames and the roof are covered with a thin metal skin to protect them and increase their life cycle. Throughout the project, priority was given to regional materials and production.

Ground
The house takes advantage from its relationship with the ground. As the house is at ground level, the space is directly accessible by car. In addition, the choice of the ground gives to the space a public character. The suspended balcony and the partition wall generate private niches in the large main space.

Year: 2019 - 2022
Type: Living/Working
Area: 112m2

Competition: Renovation of Thurgau Art Museum; Ittingen Monastery Charterhouse.

Entrance door
A platform invites visitors to enter the museum. People with reduced mobility move smoothly up the ramp. The building‘s two new entrance doors are placed at a point where they are immediately visible from the main avenues of access. The new doors are made of chromed steel and are glazed.

Entrance and lobby
The public entrance area common to all museums is a space for movement and gathering. A new counter serves as the ticket office and shop. In the public entrance room, groups gather before taking a guided tour. On the right side is the shop in the same public entrance space. [ ...]

New Staircase
The main staircase is now in a key position, central and visible. The staircase, It connects vertically all the different levels of the museum. The new position gives it visibility along the main cloister. The railing continues into the corridor to guide the user as they make their way through the museum.

Corridor with side light and exhibition with skylight
The last two cells will be replaced by a spacious new exhibition space with natural light from the ceiling. Folding doors will allow the rooms to be combined with the corridor to generate a single large exhibition space. [ ...] It can be easily and quickly adapted to the needs of the various exhibitions.

Basement
The door to the exhibition space is located inside the old staircase and is flooded with light. The natural light guides the visitor. It invites him to enter the exhibition space. Here, too, the new door handles made of chrome steel subtly point the visitor to the further path through the museum.

Year: 2022
Type: Cultural
Area: 2‘350m2

Competition: Renovation of Thurgau Art Museum; Ittingen Monastery Charterhouse.

Entrance door
A platform invites visitors to enter the museum. People with reduced mobility move smoothly up the ramp. The building‘s two new entrance doors are placed at a point where they are immediately visible from the main avenues of access. The new doors are made of chromed steel and are glazed.

Entrance and lobby
The public entrance area common to all museums is a space for movement and gathering. A new counter serves as the ticket office and shop. In the public entrance room, groups gather before taking a guided tour. On the right side is the shop in the same public entrance space. [ ...]

New Staircase
The main staircase is now in a key position, central and visible. The staircase, It connects vertically all the different levels of the museum. The new position gives it visibility along the main cloister. The railing continues into the corridor to guide the user as they make their way through the museum.

Corridor with side light and exhibition with skylight
The last two cells will be replaced by a spacious new exhibition space with natural light from the ceiling. Folding doors will allow the rooms to be combined with the corridor to generate a single large exhibition space. [ ...] It can be easily and quickly adapted to the needs of the various exhibitions.

Basement
The door to the exhibition space is located inside the old staircase and is flooded with light. The natural light guides the visitor. It invites him to enter the exhibition space. Here, too, the new door handles made of chrome steel subtly point the visitor to the further path through the museum.

Year: 2022
Type: Cultural
Area: 2‘350m2

Competition: Renovation of Thurgau Art Museum; Ittingen Monastery Charterhouse.

Entrance door
A platform invites visitors to enter the museum. People with reduced mobility move smoothly up the ramp. The building‘s two new entrance doors are placed at a point where they are immediately visible from the main avenues of access. The new doors are made of chromed steel and are glazed.

Entrance and lobby
The public entrance area common to all museums is a space for movement and gathering. A new counter serves as the ticket office and shop. In the public entrance room, groups gather before taking a guided tour. On the right side is the shop in the same public entrance space. [ ...]

New Staircase
The main staircase is now in a key position, central and visible. The staircase, It connects vertically all the different levels of the museum. The new position gives it visibility along the main cloister. The railing continues into the corridor to guide the user as they make their way through the museum.

Corridor with side light and exhibition with skylight
The last two cells will be replaced by a spacious new exhibition space with natural light from the ceiling. Folding doors will allow the rooms to be combined with the corridor to generate a single large exhibition space. [ ...] It can be easily and quickly adapted to the needs of the various exhibitions.

Basement
The door to the exhibition space is located inside the old staircase and is flooded with light. The natural light guides the visitor. It invites him to enter the exhibition space. Here, too, the new door handles made of chrome steel subtly point the visitor to the further path through the museum.

Year: 2022
Type: Cultural
Area: 2‘350m2

Competition Textile Museum Extension, St. Gallen, CH, 2020; In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch / David Moser; Consultants: Damian Fopp and Annina Meier; Curators at Museum Für Gestaltung, Zürich; Structure : Julian Merkel, Zürich.

The revered museum building by Gustav Gull is 'clothed' in a new, noble costume with the addition of an attic. The entire building is understood as a unity – the existing building and the extension are rendered in a monochrome blue. The loggia of the roof allows a view from the street up into the interior, similar to the lapel of a suit. A public loggia high above the street, with a view over the roofs of St. Gallen. The roof covers the glazed front, in the form of a colonnade, like a cloth. Under this roof is both the museum café and space for workshops or lectures. Several entrances lead from the blue loggia into a large exhibition hall. A simple box, the hall extends over the entire length of the building and its size complements a range of exhibition spaces. The height of the room and the fact that it is accessible via several entrances allow it to be used in a variety of ways.

Year: 2021
Type: Cultural
Area: 4‘250m2

Competition Small Apartments & Ateliers (Transformation); Basel-Kleinhüningen, CH, 2020; In Cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborator(s): Zhiwei Liu.

The existing structure with its serial character of columns and slabs has been preserved. Behind it is the huge Hafenbacken 1, mainly built of bricks and concrete, but with steel elements for technical aspects such as the gallery access. Our building, which has a unique character because it belongs to the industrial area, will now be part of the residential quarter on the other side of the river. It is, so to speak, part of both worlds and our proposal aims to reflect this dynamic.

Year: 2020
Type: Living/Working
Area: 4‘150m2

Competition Small Apartments & Ateliers (Transformation); Basel-Kleinhüningen, CH, 2020; In Cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborator(s): Zhiwei Liu.

The existing structure with its serial character of columns and slabs has been preserved. Behind it is the huge Hafenbacken 1, mainly built of bricks and concrete, but with steel elements for technical aspects such as the gallery access. Our building, which has a unique character because it belongs to the industrial area, will now be part of the residential quarter on the other side of the river. It is, so to speak, part of both worlds and our proposal aims to reflect this dynamic.

Year: 2020
Type: Living/Working
Area: 4‘150m2

Competition Small Apartments & Ateliers (Transformation); Basel-Kleinhüningen, CH, 2020; In Cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborator(s): Zhiwei Liu.

The existing structure with its serial character of columns and slabs has been preserved. Behind it is the huge Hafenbacken 1, mainly built of bricks and concrete, but with steel elements for technical aspects such as the gallery access. Our building, which has a unique character because it belongs to the industrial area, will now be part of the residential quarter on the other side of the river. It is, so to speak, part of both worlds and our proposal aims to reflect this dynamic.

Year: 2020
Type: Living/Working
Area: 4‘150m2

Competition Secondary School, Isengrind, Zürich-Affoltern, CH, 2020; In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborato(s): Ayca Kapicioglu, Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano; Structure: Lorenz Kocher, Chur.

A garden is the heart of the institution, acting first as an exterior entrance hall and then as the backdrop as students move around it from room to room on a raised, covered walkway throughout the day. The filigrane wooden structure stands out from and complements the neighboring massive residential complexes, becoming a special „house for learning“ in the midst of a lush garden. This can be read as a reinterpretation of the typological contrast a school building has had throughout history: in previous times, for example, in some areas of Switzerland a traditional school house might have been constructed of stone, on the top of a ridge or hill, while surrounded by lower wooden residential buildings.

Year: 2020
Type: Education
Area: 3100m2

Competition Secondary School, Isengrind, Zürich-Affoltern, CH, 2020; In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborato(s): Ayca Kapicioglu, Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano; Structure: Lorenz Kocher, Chur.

A garden is the heart of the institution, acting first as an exterior entrance hall and then as the backdrop as students move around it from room to room on a raised, covered walkway throughout the day. The filigrane wooden structure stands out from and complements the neighboring massive residential complexes, becoming a special „house for learning“ in the midst of a lush garden. This can be read as a reinterpretation of the typological contrast a school building has had throughout history: in previous times, for example, in some areas of Switzerland a traditional school house might have been constructed of stone, on the top of a ridge or hill, while surrounded by lower wooden residential buildings.

Year: 2020
Type: Education
Area: 3100m2

Competition Secondary School, Isengrind, Zürich-Affoltern, CH, 2020; In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborato(s): Ayca Kapicioglu, Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano; Structure: Lorenz Kocher, Chur.

A garden is the heart of the institution, acting first as an exterior entrance hall and then as the backdrop as students move around it from room to room on a raised, covered walkway throughout the day. The filigrane wooden structure stands out from and complements the neighboring massive residential complexes, becoming a special „house for learning“ in the midst of a lush garden. This can be read as a reinterpretation of the typological contrast a school building has had throughout history: in previous times, for example, in some areas of Switzerland a traditional school house might have been constructed of stone, on the top of a ridge or hill, while surrounded by lower wooden residential buildings.

Year: 2020
Type: Education
Area: 3100m2

Competition Community Hall, Münchwilen, Thurgau, CH, 2020; In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne.

With the simple gesture of extending a roof and sunshades a substantial distance past the facade of the multi-purpose hall, a meaningful space is generated which allows for interaction with the park and sports fields. An existing barn, recommended by the program to be destroyed, is re-used for storage and warm-weather activities, and forms a gate with another new building containing after-school and communal facilities. Both are linked with a trellis of plants which becomes a pergola over the path towards the nearby river. Taken individually the three buildings appear banal, but through the serial repetition of columns at their facades (actually tension members in the case of the large hall building), the ensemble recalls a classic forum – a generous offer for the public.

Year: 2020
Type: Education
Area: 1250m2

Competition Community Hall, Münchwilen, Thurgau, CH, 2020; In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch; Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne.

With the simple gesture of extending a roof and sunshades a substantial distance past the facade of the multi-purpose hall, a meaningful space is generated which allows for interaction with the park and sports fields. An existing barn, recommended by the program to be destroyed, is re-used for storage and warm-weather activities, and forms a gate with another new building containing after-school and communal facilities. Both are linked with a trellis of plants which becomes a pergola over the path towards the nearby river. Taken individually the three buildings appear banal, but through the serial repetition of columns at their facades (actually tension members in the case of the large hall building), the ensemble recalls a classic forum – a generous offer for the public.

Year: 2020
Type: Education
Area: 1250m2

Campus, Bernex, Geneva, CH, 2020; Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Studio Aster, Basel; Structure: Mitsuhiro Kanada, ARUP, Tokyo; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne

Bernex, a village at the outer-edge of Geneva, requested a campus on a site bound by a highway access ramp which excluded the possibility of building near it, thereby limiting the usable area, and as well created significant noise pollution. On the other side of the ramp an urban agricultural park is currently being planned. We proposed to turn the disadvantage into a quality by placing a continuous cap over the ramp, and then constructing, out of timber, the main classroom building overhead. Columns and minimal cores on the ground floor allow porosity – connecting the campus with the adjacent, agricultural field. The campus in turn becomes a generous park in itself, with small pavilions containing facilities shared with the public – sports halls, a cafeteria, a library and a performing arts hall. A vision; a huge intervention – seemingly brutal, yet due to its existence, offers to society a serene, collective space.

Year: 2021
Type: Education
Area: 42'600m2

Campus, Bernex, Geneva, CH, 2020; Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Studio Aster, Basel; Structure: Mitsuhiro Kanada, ARUP, Tokyo; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne

Bernex, a village at the outer-edge of Geneva, requested a campus on a site bound by a highway access ramp which excluded the possibility of building near it, thereby limiting the usable area, and as well created significant noise pollution. On the other side of the ramp an urban agricultural park is currently being planned. We proposed to turn the disadvantage into a quality by placing a continuous cap over the ramp, and then constructing, out of timber, the main classroom building overhead. Columns and minimal cores on the ground floor allow porosity – connecting the campus with the adjacent, agricultural field. The campus in turn becomes a generous park in itself, with small pavilions containing facilities shared with the public – sports halls, a cafeteria, a library and a performing arts hall. A vision; a huge intervention – seemingly brutal, yet due to its existence, offers to society a serene, collective space.

Year: 2021
Type: Education
Area: 42'600m2

Campus, Bernex, Geneva, CH, 2020; Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Studio Aster, Basel; Structure: Mitsuhiro Kanada, ARUP, Tokyo; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne

Bernex, a village at the outer-edge of Geneva, requested a campus on a site bound by a highway access ramp which excluded the possibility of building near it, thereby limiting the usable area, and as well created significant noise pollution. On the other side of the ramp an urban agricultural park is currently being planned. We proposed to turn the disadvantage into a quality by placing a continuous cap over the ramp, and then constructing, out of timber, the main classroom building overhead. Columns and minimal cores on the ground floor allow porosity – connecting the campus with the adjacent, agricultural field. The campus in turn becomes a generous park in itself, with small pavilions containing facilities shared with the public – sports halls, a cafeteria, a library and a performing arts hall. A vision; a huge intervention – seemingly brutal, yet due to its existence, offers to society a serene, collective space.

Year: 2021
Type: Education
Area: 42'600m2

Campus, Bernex, Geneva, CH, 2020; Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Studio Aster, Basel; Structure: Mitsuhiro Kanada, ARUP, Tokyo; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne

Bernex, a village at the outer-edge of Geneva, requested a campus on a site bound by a highway access ramp which excluded the possibility of building near it, thereby limiting the usable area, and as well created significant noise pollution. On the other side of the ramp an urban agricultural park is currently being planned. We proposed to turn the disadvantage into a quality by placing a continuous cap over the ramp, and then constructing, out of timber, the main classroom building overhead. Columns and minimal cores on the ground floor allow porosity – connecting the campus with the adjacent, agricultural field. The campus in turn becomes a generous park in itself, with small pavilions containing facilities shared with the public – sports halls, a cafeteria, a library and a performing arts hall. A vision; a huge intervention – seemingly brutal, yet due to its existence, offers to society a serene, collective space.

Year: 2021
Type: Education
Area: 42'600m2

Campus, Bernex, Geneva, CH, 2020; Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Studio Aster, Basel; Structure: Mitsuhiro Kanada, ARUP, Tokyo; Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne

Bernex, a village at the outer-edge of Geneva, requested a campus on a site bound by a highway access ramp which excluded the possibility of building near it, thereby limiting the usable area, and as well created significant noise pollution. On the other side of the ramp an urban agricultural park is currently being planned. We proposed to turn the disadvantage into a quality by placing a continuous cap over the ramp, and then constructing, out of timber, the main classroom building overhead. Columns and minimal cores on the ground floor allow porosity – connecting the campus with the adjacent, agricultural field. The campus in turn becomes a generous park in itself, with small pavilions containing facilities shared with the public – sports halls, a cafeteria, a library and a performing arts hall. A vision; a huge intervention – seemingly brutal, yet due to its existence, offers to society a serene, collective space.

Year: 2021
Type: Education
Area: 42'600m2

Housing Quarter, Salzweg, Zürich Altstetten, CH, 2020, Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Atelier Amont

At the edge of the city, at the edge of the site; a large area is left open to offer a semi-public park. The meandering bar clearly marks the border between the urban fabric and the agricultural fields before a forest, and is so articulated as to offer generous spatial qualities to residents. The garden is composed of medium to large trees with high, floating crowns, and terraced ground to provide flat areas for a variety of uses.

Year: 2020
Type: Housing
Area: 21'500m2

Housing Quarter, Salzweg, Zürich Altstetten, CH, 2020, Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Atelier Amont

At the edge of the city, at the edge of the site; a large area is left open to offer a semi-public park. The meandering bar clearly marks the border between the urban fabric and the agricultural fields before a forest, and is so articulated as to offer generous spatial qualities to residents. The garden is composed of medium to large trees with high, floating crowns, and terraced ground to provide flat areas for a variety of uses.

Year: 2020
Type: Housing
Area: 21'500m2

Housing Quarter, Salzweg, Zürich Altstetten, CH, 2020, Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Atelier Amont

At the edge of the city, at the edge of the site; a large area is left open to offer a semi-public park. The meandering bar clearly marks the border between the urban fabric and the agricultural fields before a forest, and is so articulated as to offer generous spatial qualities to residents. The garden is composed of medium to large trees with high, floating crowns, and terraced ground to provide flat areas for a variety of uses.

Year: 2020
Type: Housing
Area: 21'500m2

Housing Quarter, Salzweg, Zürich Altstetten, CH, 2020, Collaboration with Atelier Amont Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso; Landscape: Atelier Amont

At the edge of the city, at the edge of the site; a large area is left open to offer a semi-public park. The meandering bar clearly marks the border between the urban fabric and the agricultural fields before a forest, and is so articulated as to offer generous spatial qualities to residents. The garden is composed of medium to large trees with high, floating crowns, and terraced ground to provide flat areas for a variety of uses.

Year: 2020
Type: Housing
Area: 21'500m2

Installation with Concert; In Cooperation with „EKO NORI“, Catia Lanfranchi; www.ekonori.com; 6 December 2019, www.ithappened.ch, Limmattalstrasse 149, Zürich; Project supported by Canton of Zurich.

The border suddenly becomes ambiguous, the outline of space opens up The outside suddenly becomes the inside, the inside becomes the outside. Everything is the same - but everything is still different Perhaps only through movement the space appears different. The light pierces the different layers The view is amazingly questioned, movement and field of vision. That evening I insulted the beauty That evening I invented the color of music. Three times, thirty-three minutes, only one evening Three evenings, only thirty-three minutes.

Solo Exhibition at Galerie Bella
Limmattalstrasse 149, Zurich
With Performance of Eko Nori (Catia Lanfranchi)

Year: 2019
Type: Solo Exhibition
Area: 37m2

Installation with Concert; In Cooperation with „EKO NORI“, Catia Lanfranchi; www.ekonori.com; 6 December 2019, www.ithappened.ch, Limmattalstrasse 149, Zürich; Project supported by Canton of Zurich.

The border suddenly becomes ambiguous, the outline of space opens up The outside suddenly becomes the inside, the inside becomes the outside. Everything is the same - but everything is still different Perhaps only through movement the space appears different. The light pierces the different layers The view is amazingly questioned, movement and field of vision. That evening I insulted the beauty That evening I invented the color of music. Three times, thirty-three minutes, only one evening Three evenings, only thirty-three minutes.

Solo Exhibition at Galerie Bella
Limmattalstrasse 149, Zurich
With Performance of Eko Nori (Catia Lanfranchi)

Year: 2019
Type: Solo Exhibition
Area: 37m2

Installation with Concert; In cooperation with Andreas Eduardo Frank; www.andreas-eduardo-frank.com; 13 March 2020; www.diediele.format.com; Project supported by Canton of Zurich.

„It‘s a vitrine to display art and I decide to turn the window into a chair to look out at the street."

Solo Exhibition at Die Diele
Sihlhallenstrasse 4, 8004 Zürich, Switzerland, 2020
With Performance of Andreas Eduardo Frank

Year: 2020
Type: Solo Exhibition
Area: 4.4m 2

Installation with Concert; In cooperation with Andreas Eduardo Frank; www.andreas-eduardo-frank.com; 13 March 2020; www.diediele.format.com; Project supported by Canton of Zurich.

„It‘s a vitrine to display art and I decide to turn the window into a chair to look out at the street."

Solo Exhibition at Die Diele
Sihlhallenstrasse 4, 8004 Zürich, Switzerland, 2020
With Performance of Andreas Eduardo Frank

Year: 2020
Type: Solo Exhibition
Area: 4.4m 2

Installation with Concert; In cooperation with Andreas Eduardo Frank; www.andreas-eduardo-frank.com; 13 March 2020; www.diediele.format.com; Project supported by Canton of Zurich.

„It‘s a vitrine to display art and I decide to turn the window into a chair to look out at the street."

Solo Exhibition at Die Diele
Sihlhallenstrasse 4, 8004 Zürich, Switzerland, 2020
With Performance of Andreas Eduardo Frank

Year: 2020
Type: Solo Exhibition
Area: 4.4m 2

GAËTAN IANNONE

2022 Scientific collaborator at FH Bern Architecture, Wood and Construction
2019Independent Architect
2017 - 2019 Architecture studies at ETH Zurich Diploma : Professor Momoyo Kaijima
2017 - 2018Student assistant Professor Christian Kerez ETH Zurich
2016 - 2017Internship at Miller & Maranta, Basel
2015 - 2016Exchange at TU Dresden
2013 - 2015Architecture studies at EPF Lausanne
2008 - 2012Apprenticeship as a Precision Mechanic, Fribourg/Berlin

PROJECTS

2022 ATELIER
Timber Construction, Fribourg CH, 2019–2022;
Under construction;
Client consulting, Building permit, Tender planning, Project management, Construction management, Construction site supervision.
2022 SWISS
Competition: Restructuring of the Swiss Embassy in London;
Structure: Schnetzer Puskas International AG, Basel;
Building Services: Raumanzug GmbH, Zurich;
E Engineer: R + B engineering AG, Zurich.
2022 THURGAU
Competition: Renovation of Thurgau Art Museum; Ittingen Monastery Charterhouse.
2022 CORE
Project: Renevation of 2 Studios/ Practices, Weisslingen; Client consulting, Building permit, Tender planning, Project management, Construction management. In cooperation with Fabio Don Architects GmbH, Zurich.
2021 ROOFTOP
Project: Renevation of 9 flats + addition of a floor on the roof, Zurich;
In cooperation with Fabio Don Architects GmbH, Zurich.
2021 CHEMINÉE BORNE
Competition: „Cheminée Borne“ furniture for the city Fribourg;
In cooperation with Gregory Sugnaux, Fribourg;
Timber construction: Charpentes Vial S.A., Le Mouret;
Metal construction: CMNP Sàrl, Romont.
2021 VILLARS-SOUS-MONT
Competition: Reconstruction of the centre of Villars-sous-Mont;
In cooperation with David Moser, Zurich;
Landscape: Yannic Metzler, Chaves Biedermann GmbH Frauenfeld.
2021 SARNEN
Competition: Meeting Centre Reformed Church Sarnen;
In cooperation with David Moser, Zurich, 8000.Agency, Zurich;
Landscape : ryffel + ryffel ag Landscape Architects BSLA/SIA, Uster.
2021 BURGFELDSTRASSE
Competition: New construction residential house Burgfelderstrasse 251:
Social, ecological, cheaper! Basel;
Building Services: HeiVi AG, Building services engineering, Basel;
Structure: Urech Bärtschi Maurer AG Civil engineer, Zurich.
2020 SALZWEG
Competition Housing Quarter, Salzweg, Zürich Altstetten, CH, 2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch;
Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso;
Landscape: Atelier Amont.
2020 ATELIER I
Timber Construction, Fribourg CH, 2019–2021;
Ongoing.
2020 BERNEX
Competition Campus, Bernex, Geneva, CH, 2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch;
Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso;
Landscape: Studio Aster, Basel;
Structure: Mitsuhiro Kanada, ARUP, Tokyo;
Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne.
2020 ISENGRIND
Competition Secondary School, Isengrind, Zürich-Affoltern, CH, 2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch;
Collaborato(s): Ayca Kapicioglu, Marc Sanchez Alfonso;
Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano;
Structure: Lorenz Kocher, Chur.
2020 MÜNCHWILEN
Competition Community Hall, Münchwilen, Thurgau, CH, 2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch;
Collaborator(s): Marc Sanchez Alfonso;
Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano;
Traffic Planning: CSD Engineers, Lausanne.
2020 TEXTILMUSEUM
Competition Textile Museum Extension, St. Gallen, CH, 2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch / David Moser;
Consultants: Damian Fopp and Annina Meier;
Curators at Museum Für Gestaltung, Zürich.
2020 HOCHBERGSTRASSE
Competition Small Apartments & Ateliers (Transformation);
Basel-Kleinhüningen, CH, 2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch;
Collaborator(s): Zhiwei Liu.
2019 - 2020 BEAUREGARD
Competition Housing Quarter, Beauregard-Dessus, Neuchâtel, CH, 2019–2020;
In cooperation with Atelier Amont : www.atelier-amont.ch;
Collaborator(s): Constança Girbal Eiras, Zhiwei Liu, Pierre Minio Paluello;
Landscape: De Molfetta & Strode, Lugano;
Timber Construction: Renggli, Fribourg.

EXHIBITIONS

2022 GlACIERS
Collaboration with Douglas Mandry, Zurich:
www.douglasmandry.com; Five sculptures made out of glass;
in Samedan;
Between 1,9mx1.4mx1.5 and 0.9mx0.8mx0.6m;
Glass production: Matteo Gonet, Basel;
www. matteogonet.allyou.net 3D scans of glaciers: ETH Zurich, Prof. Daniel Farinotti.
2020 KAPSEL
Installation with Concert;
In cooperation with Andreas Eduardo Frank;
www.andreas-eduardo-frank.com;
13 March 2020;
Die Diele, Sihlhallenstrasse 4, Zurich;
www.diediele.format.com;
Project supported by Canton of Zurich.
2019 WINDOW 1/3
Installation with Concert;
In cooperation with „EKO NORI“, Catia Lanfranchi;
www.ekonori.com;
6 December 2019, www.ithappened.ch, Limmattalstrasse 149, Zürich;
Project supported by Canton of Zurich.

TEACHING

2022 SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATOR
Bern University of Applied Sciences: Architecture, Wood and Construction
Department of Architecture
Embedded in the courses:
Fall Semester 2022
– Modul: Energy and Building Technology
Spring Semester 2023
– Modul: Transformation and Reuse of Existing Buildings
– Studio: Design Class.

CURRATING

2021 - 2022 SOIRÉES LUEGISLAND
Lectures serie: „Soirée Luegisland“ at Luegislandstrasse 105 in Zürich;
29.09.21Studio SER;
14.10.21Maciver-Ek Chevroulet + La-Clique;
03.11.21Gaëtan Iannone + Bessire Winter;
24.11.21BosqueRreal with J. de la Fonataine + N. Krättli;
03.12.21Li Tavor +Michel Kessler
10.12.21 NEXPO : SITE VISIT VI: «Lingotto» Luegisland;
Organized by all users of the Building + Prof. Philip Ursprung + Fredi Fischli und Niels Olsen
www.nexpo.ch/de/journal/werde gang/site-visit-vi-lingotto
15.12.21Studio_Local with Sofia Ferrari & Johanna Roth;
02.06.22Bab-al-morpheus + MALHEUR & FORTUNA
09.09.22Gazon Bag: Barthe x Maciver-Ek Chevroulet & Lindsay‘s Book: Alessio De Gottardi
23.09.22Atelier Broglia Dias

COLLABORATIONS & THANKS

Logan Amont, Marc Sánchez Alfonso, Livio Baumgartner, Basil Bründler, Oliver Burch, Kai Büh- rer, Fabio Don, Constança Girbal Eiras, Andreas Eduardo Frank, Damian Fopp, Mitsuhiro Kanada, Ayca Kapicioglu, Jann–Andrea Knupfer, Lorenz Kocher, Valentina Labitzke, Noé Lafranchi, Catia Lanfranchi, Emma Lindén, Zhiwei Liu, Douglas Mandry, David Moser, Annina Meier, De Molfetta & Strode Landscape, Pierre Minio Paluello, Davide Normanno, Noel Picco, Moritz Ryffel, Natasha Solèr.

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