Swiss architecture is generally considered austere and rigourous, but this issue of ‘A.Mag’ showcases the distinct styles of three Swiss architects: Roger Boltshauser, Lilitt Bollinger, and Raphael Zuber. Despite their differences, their works reflect similar characteristics, blending traditional structures in a formal model with contemporary needs. Due to their shared education at ETH Zurich where ‘analogous architecture’ was developed, their approaches to projects are conceived using associations, correspondences, and analogies. With an attention to sustainability, high quality, and the relationship between the past and the present, they manage to achieve unique atmospheres in their works.
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