EUROPE-SWITZERLAND/Zurich

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

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From 'Explore worldwide'1999','AGRAM' architectural information,Living Space 'Koneman' 1999,'Living Space 'Koneman' 1999,20th Century Architecture PART I/1991,

 

Maison d'homme-Heidi Weber Museum/Center Le Corbusier
  
 8 Höschgasse (Zürichhornpark), Zurich




 Architect by Le Corbusier in 1963-67 for museum/exhibition building, exhibition pavilion. Located on the wooded shores of Lake Zurich, the last building designed by Le Corbusier, synthesizes Corbusier's genius. Built in steel and glass, only the ramp is concrete. Climate was cold temperate-Modern style. Design executed by G. Jullian, et al. free roof over blocky building masses. ". the minute Centre Le Corbusier in Zurich is two cubes, designed by Le Corbusier himself in 1957-65, with a ramp and an umbrella roof, also all steel. Later renamed in Centre Le Corbusier. Le Corbusier finished the final drawings himself before he died. Heidi Weber overlooked the building on the building site to complete his building exactly to LC's drawings. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1992.

 

Residence
  
 Zurich



 
Rearyard of Centre le Corbusier. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1992.

 

St Peterskirche
  
 Zurich



 Most biggest watch in Europe. Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Bucherer
  
 Zurich

 

 Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Berkowitsch
  
 Zurich

 

 Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Veltliner Keller
  
 Zurich

 

 Photo by Jungryul Kim on September 2007.

 

Rhine Falls
  
 Schaffhausen



 
Located on bordor of Germany.The Rhine Falls at Schaffhausen, the most powerful falls in Europe. Photo by Byunguh Yu on 1992.

 

 

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