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On-site projects. Prominently on display.

Enjoy this showcase of works by commissioned artists and competition winners. These monumental works and installations engage with the spaces they occupy in harmonious and dramatic ways.

 
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Barbara Davi – The Lucerne Anteroom

The Art Unit commissioned Lucerne-based artist Barbara Davi to create a piece for the client area on the second floor of the local Credit Suisse branch at Lucerne-Schwanenplatz.

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Roman Signer – Salut & Rudolf Koller – Gotthardpost

Since the summer of 2016, Signer's multi-layer work Salut has been installed in room 1.219 in the client area at Paradeplatz, one of the most prestigious reception rooms directly adjoining the foyer where Koller's Gotthard Mail Coach recalls the summit tunnel, which is 130 years older.

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Claudia Comte – Big Bob, his square friend and their diamond totem

Thus the artist Claudia Comte (born 1983) from the Canton of Vaud was directly commissioned by the Credit Suisse Collection to create an installation for its Forum Genève, which opened again after extensive modernization work.

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Markus Weggenmann – Tribute to the Stripes

When the Uetlihof complex that first opened in 1979 was enlarged in the early 1990s, Markus Weggenmann designed a site-specific work for the stairwell, called "Tribute to the Stripes", 1995.

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Nic Hess – Clandestine encounter

Nic Hess, a Zurich-based artist born in 1968 whose works have long featured in the Credit Suisse Collection, was asked to create a monumental work for the premises in Oerlikon.

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Philippe Decrauzat – Untitled

The monumental intervention for the Uetlihof 2 complex in Zurich was created by Philippe Decrauzat, an artist born in 1974 and based in Lausanne.

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John Armleder – Crystal Column

Geneva-based conceptual artist John M. Armleder's project 'Crystal Column' beat three other contenders (Ingeborg Lüscher, Not Vital, and Beat Zoderer) for the client area at Lugano's Piazza della Riforma in 2005.

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Reto Leibundgut – Scent of Matter

For the branch on Untere Rebgasse in Basel, a competition was held for an on-site work. The conditions stipulated that the proposals should engage with the interplay between the banking hall and the inner courtyard that lies beyond it and is visible from the client zone on the first floor.

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Renée Levi – Paradise

For the executive office area on the third floor of the Credit Suisse headquarters on Paradeplatz, three artists were invited to submit designs in a competition.

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Edit Oderbolz – Untitled

For the two-storey banking hall in the Credit Suisse AG Zurich-Enge branch, the Art Unit commissioned a three-part work from the Basel artist Edit Oderbolz.

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Esther van der Bie – Alice's Garden

For the Bundesplatz branch in Berne, Esther van der Bie was approached for an installation in the interior courtyard terrace on the overarching theme of "nature-artifice".

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