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Friday, August 24, 2012

Today's archidose #612

Here are a handful of photos of the Lindenrinde ("Linden Bark") apartment building in Zurich, Switzerland, by Ken Architekten (2011), photographed by John Hill.

"Linden Bark"

"Linden Bark"

"Linden Bark"

"Linden Bark"

"Linden Bark"

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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting another building in Zurich after I said yesterday that I was about to go on holiday there. I am also going to Vaduz, Salzburg, Munich, Strasbourg and Rheims!

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    1. Yes, it should be pretty obvious where I am these days!

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  2. This interesting extension to an old Victorian era home was designed by Andrew Maynard Architects and is in North Fitzroy in Melbourne. Instead of the usual rear add-on, the design used a glass walkway between the existing dwelling and the extension, allowing a distinctive break between old and new. As the older home allowed very little natural light, gaining solar access was a key objective of the design as was achieving a functional kitchen and living space...

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  3. Really nice project. Beauty detail in fronts, nice use of wood with texture and color, lights and shadows. Good photos, what about some photos of interior spaces?

    GOOD JOB.Congratulations from Barcelona.

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    1. Raul - It's private residences, so I could not get inside.

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