Cloth $82.00 ISBN: 9783856763053 Published August 2013 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe


18 Selected Works by Bearth & Deplazes Architects

Bearth & Deplazes Architects

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Bearth & Deplazes Architects

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With an Introduction by Iso Camartin
288 pages | 85 color plates, 30 maps | 11 1/4 x 12 3/5 | © 2013
Cloth $82.00 ISBN: 9783856763053 Published August 2013 Not for sale in the United Kingdom or Europe
This volume looks at nineteen of the most striking and famous works from the much-lauded Swiss architecture firm Bearth & Deplazes Architects. Bearth & Deplazes Architects have labored over an eclectic mix of projects, including the Gantenbein Winery in Fläsch, the ÖKK insurance firm headquarters, and the courtroom in Bellinzona, which is well known for its unique ceiling. In Amurs, the architects of the firm pick their personal favorites from Bearth & Deplazes’s portfolio. Each building is presented in lush, large-format photography, and the Swiss writer Iso Camartin has contributed an introductory essay that provides a comprehensive introduction to the architects’ careers.  
Combined German/English Edition
      Iso Camartin
Fragile Connections
      Valentin Bearth, Andrea Deplazes, and Daniel Ladner

Works 1988–2012
Monte Rosa Hut near Zermatt
Fanas-Cania Mountain Hut
School with Multipurpose Hall in Zillis
Gantenbein Winery in Fläsch
Artist’s Atelier in Marktoberdorf
Ökk Headquarters in Landquart
Tower House in Fläsch
House on Six Pillars in Schaan
Spa in St. Moritz
Federal Courtyard for Penalty Affairs in Bellinzona
Courtyard House, Terraced, in Rapperswil-Jona
House on Four Pillars in Eschen
Tower House in Sevgein
Carmenna Chairlift in Arosa
School with Multipurpose Hall in Tschlin
Wing for the Natural Sciences, Canton School in Chur
Swiss Corner, Centro Svizzero di Milano

Biography, Bibliography
Fellow Employees Since 1988
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