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Learn about important pieces from the Credit Suisse Collection. Take a virtual art tour through our buildings in Switzerland, London, or Nagoya, where these artworks are displayed.

 

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Paradeplatz – Zurich

Art played a key role in the repositioning of Credit Suisse Group's prestigious headquarters at Paradeplatz – Zurich. Thus, at the center of the colonnaded atrium, and hence at the heart of the new architectural concept is a Fontaine du désir.

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London – One Cabot Square

Around 5,000 employees work for Credit Suisse in Canary Wharf, London. The high-rise dating from the 1980s was fully renovated between 2015 and 2019. This also resulted in a new art display being created. For example, the client zone on the seventh floor brings together works from the existing collection and new acquisitions purchased in collaboration with the local Credit Suisse art committee. This gave rise to a broad variety of subject matter and works from different periods, aptly reflecting the cultural diversity for which London is renowned.

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Chiasso – Piazza Indipendenza

The branch in Chiasso was officially reopened in September 2021, following extended renovations. As part of the renovation work, a new and comprehensive way to showcase art at the bank's premises was created to reflect and shape the corporate design. Among the works of art on display are numerous pieces by artists from Ticino.

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Moscow – Russia

Credit Suisse's partnership with the Cosmoscow international art fair (2014–2019) and the related prize for young art was a boon for the Moscow branch: To date, the bank has been able to acquire some 20 pieces from the art fair by major up-and-coming Russian artists – and now these works are proudly displayed in the branch.

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Geneva – Eaux-Vives

In 2020, Credit Suisse opened its third branch in Geneva in the Eaux-Vives district. The space measures 530 square meters and houses a collection of contemporary art, including several new acquisitions by artists from French-speaking Switzerland.

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Geneva – Bel-Air

Place Bel-Air, the bank's headquarters in Geneva, was unveiled in all its glory in December 2014, following a comprehensive renovation. The six floors showcase existing and newly purchased works from the Credit Suisse collection to create a panorama of Swiss art.

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Basel – St. Alban-Graben

A new art display was created in the client area of the St. Alban-Graben branch in Basel in summer 2017. The reconfigured space includes existing works from the Credit Suisse Collection as well as newly acquired pieces from Swiss artists.

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Lugano – Via Vegezzi

The Credit Suisse branch on Via Vegezzi in Lugano was re-opened in May 2017 following comprehensive rebuilding work. The renovation of the branch, which lies in the heart of the city, took almost a year.

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Uetlihof 1 – Zurich

The Uetlihof building in Zurich is the nerve center of Credit Suisse AG. Tucked away from public view, some 5,500 employees provide technical infrastructure and back-office advisory services in support of the bank's global operations.

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Uetlihof 2 – Zurich

Highlights of the Credit Suisse Collection have also been hung in the six meeting and video conference rooms that lead off directly from the lobby and, flooded with light, are themselves impressive spaces of considerable architectural quality.

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Europaallee – Zurich

The interior of the Europaallee premises is a spacious office world with room for some 1,000 employees, whose flexible workspaces are staged in a chromatically incisive and ergonomically accentuated design idiom.

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Davos

Following an extensive renovation, the Credit Suisse branch in Davos has had a fresh new look since November 2016. Existing works and new acquisitions to the Credit Suisse Collection bring a touch of color to the newly designed rooms.

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Florence – Italy

Since December 2017, various works from the Credit Suisse Collection have been on display in the client area of Credit Suisse Florence. The selected works fit in with the historic structure and accentuate the architecture of the building.

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Nagoya – Japan

In the compact client zone in Nagoya, Japan, a small collection of works by Swiss artists is on display. A niche was more or less predestined for the ceramics of Martina Boettiger.

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