Modern Materials on top of historical Stones Gigon/Guyer, Atelier ww - Löwenbräu premises - Zurich

Modern Materials on top of historical Stones Gigon/Guyer, Atelier ww - Lwenbru premises - Zurich

Gigon Guyer & Atelier WW - Löwenbräu development, addition and conversion of a former brewery to a residential and cultural complex, Zurich 2013. Really interesting (and expensive looking) window system in the units. Photos (C) Firma Gartner,

Gigon Guyer & Atelier WW - Löwenbräu development, addition and conversion of a former brewery to a residential and cultural complex, Zurich Really interesting (and expensive looking) window system in the units. Photos (C) Firma Gartner,

Löwenbräu-Areal, Gigon/ Guyer, atelier ww © Thies Wachter

Löwenbräu-Areal, Gigon/ Guyer, atelier ww © Thies Wachter

Kunsthalle Zurich has permanently reopened in a space within the Löwenbräu art complex, which has been refurbished and expanded by Swiss firms Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW

Kunsthalle Zurich refurbishment by Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW

Kunsthalle Zurich has permanently reopened in a space within the Löwenbräu art complex, which has been refurbished and expanded by Swiss firms Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW

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A white concrete extension flows over the top of a former brewery in Zurich to give Swiss arts organisation the Kunsthalle Zürich its first permanent home.

#WienerbergerBrickAward 2016 nominee 37: Löwenbräu-Areal, Zurich by Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW, Switzerland. The façades of the new buildings, within the historical former brewery complex, are clad with molded glazed ceramic elements. Depending on the light they appear as shimmering shapes and present a changing face to the city. Photographer: René Dürr

#WienerbergerBrickAward 2016 nominee 37: Löwenbräu-Areal, Zurich by Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW, Switzerland. The façades of the new buildings, within the historical former brewery complex, are clad with molded glazed ceramic elements. Depending on the light they appear as shimmering shapes and present a changing face to the city. Photographer: René Dürr

Kunsthalle Zürich by Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW

A white concrete extension flows over the top of a former brewery in Zurich to give Swiss arts organisation the Kunsthalle Zürich its first permanent home.

Kunsthalle Zürich by Gigon/Guyer Architects and Atelier WW

A white concrete extension flows over the top of a former brewery in Zurich to give Swiss arts organisation the Kunsthalle Zürich its first permanent home.

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Brauerei Löwenbräu Zürich, ca.1920

Brauerei Löwenbräu Zürich, ca.1920

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