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  1. "Art can inspire and excite, and can be without any primary meaning"

    Art in architecture is intended to speak to viewers at an emotional level – at least, that is what Friederike Schmid aims to do. The curator has spent more than 25 years working with her clients to develop and supervise art projects, from selecting the artists through to creating the finished works. One example is the headquarters of Swissgrid in Aarau.

  2. “Architecture should be visually appealing but not unnecessarily obtrusive.”

    Swiss architect and urban planner Harry Gugger has already been involved in numerous major projects both within Switzerland and around the world, including projects for Global Real Estate at Credit Suisse Asset Management. He believes that architecture should be visually appealing but not unnecessarily obtrusive.

  3. Located among the vineyards of Ticino, the senior citizens’ residence Al Vigneto features apartments and care rooms that are tailored to the specific needs of older people.

    Buildings and health: Designs for well-being

    The way spaces are designed affects our well-being. This is the basis of the notion of “healing architecture”, which involves designing buildings with a focus on well-being in an effort to create a positive influence on the health of those who reside in them.

  4. Remember butter mountains and milk lakes? Welcome to the apartment glut.

    Credit Suisse publishes Swiss Real Estate Monitor Q3 2018

  5. Swiss Real Estate Market 2017: Tenants wanted

    Credit Suisse publishes its 2017 study on the Swiss real estate market