MArch Advanced’s trip to Switzerland



The students of the MArch Advanced program in architecture, design and business administration have traveled to Switzerland to get to know the contemporary architecture of one of the most attractive European countries from this point of view, completing the circuit of six trips included in this program.

Given the size of the country, the base city was Zurich, where on the first day they visited the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich Ausstellungsstrasse, the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich Toni-Areal and the Tanzhaus Zürich by Barozzi Veiga. On the last day of the trip, they visited the library of the Faculty of Law designed by Santiago Calatrava, the Pavillon Le Corbusier by Le Corbusier himself and the Kunsthaus Zürich by David Chipperfield Architects.

A second city visited was Chur, where they were able to see the Roman ruins intervened by Peter Zumthor for the construction of a shelter, the Kunstmuseum expanded by Barozzi Veiga and the famous Vals Thermal Baths, again designed by Peter Zumthor. Thirdly they have visited Lausanne, where among the projects visited are the MCBA, inaugurated in 2019 and designed by Barozzi Veiga, the MUDAC and Photo Elysée, both designed by Aires Mateus, share the same urban environment with the project by Barozzi Veiga.



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