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Sunday, August 26, 2012

Today's archidose #613

Here are a bunch of photos of the PHZ Luzern (Teacher Training University of Central Switzerland) in Lucerne, Switzerland, by Enzmann + Fishcer (2011), photographed by John Hill.

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

PHZ Luzern

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7 comments:

  1. I was there last april, most people go for the jean nouvel building across the street, ore the callatra train station around the corner. But me and the other architecture students also look at this. :-)

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  2. Looks like there's plenty of interesting architecture to see in Lucerne. I should visit one of these days

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  3. Looks quite interesting! What kind of finish is that? It looks like powder coated aluminum.

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  4. Wow! So white it makes half the photos look like renders rather than a real building!

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  5. Things built well such as that modern architecture can get the maximum effect out of minimalism. I really appreciate real, unadorned, modern but natural designs. You got them all here.

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  6. hats off to the construction workers...those walls look very simple but building them is very hard..

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  7. Curious composition of the façades. By the way, that material are the soffits white prefabricated? Because they are prefabricated?

    CONGRATULATIONS from BCN.

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