Darlington Meier Architekten Centro de Discapacitados Mathilde Escher Stiftung, Zürich

Date: February 7, 2013

Fuente: Darlington Meier ArchitektenWGG Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AGEspazium
Fotografía: Darlington Meier Architekten, Lucas Peters

The building’s footprint is a reduced basement, a ground floor, two accommodation floors and a set-back top floor. There are 23 room units for adults with severe physical handicaps and associated common rooms and staff rooms. Furthermore there is a sports facility in the top floor, administration and activity rooms on the ground floor and storage facilities, an emergency shelter and domestic installations in the basement. A distinctive feature is the single outer skin of joint-free facing concrete which is bound to the inner ceiling faces with brackets and mandrels.

 


 

 

 

Link al proyecto completo en Darlington Meier Architekten
Link al proyecto en WGG Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG
Link al proyecto en Espazium

Builder:
Mathilde Escher Stiftung, Zurich

Architect:
Darlington Meier Architekten AG, Zurich

Structural engineer:
WGG Schnetzer Puskas Ingenieure AG

Planning time:
2007-2009

Implementation:
2009-2010

1 Comment

  • Mateo Alonso Ferrera 02/07/2013

    Muy suizo. Limpio, organizado, funcional, con una planta preciosa. Exteriores discretos (en el buen sentido). Arquitectura sin estridencias. Lástima que las imágenes provengan del mismo estudio y no de fotógrafo profesional.

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