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Fawad Kazi KSSG OKS

Volume I: Project Introduction and Pavilion KSSG

Edited by Marko Sauer
Edited by Christoph Wieser

£45.00

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  • The St Gallen hospital extension is currently Switzerland's most complex project in this field
  • The five-volume set documents Fawad Kazi's highly innovative proposal in full detail
  • Fawad Kazi's recent LEE building for ETH Zurich has gained much recognition
Full Description

In 2011, Zurich-based architect Fawad Kazi submitted the winning proposal for the rebuilding and extension of a hospital complex in the Swiss city of St Gallen. Over a period of ten years, a number of existing structures will undergo vast rebuilding and new ones will be added, transforming a park with individual buildings into a single continuous complex.

This new, eventually five-part monograph, documents this project in full detail. It highlights the significance of St Gallen’s urban design as well as the specific demands on architectural design and construction and on the hospital’s operations. Volume I features the project’s genesis and the initial new building, a pavilion structure housing a restaurant and, in the basement, an electrical substation.

Text in English and German.

About the Author

Christoph Wieser graduated in architecture from ETH Zurich and completed his PhD at the EPFL in Lausanne. He works as an architectural critic and researcher and also lectures at various Swiss universities of applied sciences. Marko Sauer is an architect, working as a freelance publicist and managing director of Spacespot, an architectural education initiative in Basel.

Specifications
Publisher
Park Books
ISBN
9783038600718
Published
11th Jun 2018
Binding
Hardback
Territory
World excluding Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Puerto Rico, United States, Canada, and Japan
Size
225 mm x 300 mm
Pages
64 Pages
Illustrations
80 color, 20 b&w
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