Werkstadt Zürich Building X

Over the next few years, an important working location called ‘Werkstadt Zürich’ will emerge on the site of the SBB Werkstätten on Hohlstrasse next to the Duttweiler bridge. Here, historic industrial buildings that foster a sense of identity will be joined by new buildings and public uses in the outdoor spaces. With a target of 5 kg CO2-eq per m² (energy reference area), ambitious standards are being set for the construction of the new Building X in terms of sustainability.

The oblong, seven-storey volume with the northern cantilever is located on Hohlstrasse in a privileged urban location. As the first new development, Building X is intended to showcase the transformation of the site from the SBB Werkstätten into a ‘Werkstadt’ with urban production, creative business and a cultural scene. This is achieved through a mixture of diverse uses and a comprehensive utilisation of reuse materials, which relates to the history of the site and creates a specific aesthetic of sustainability.

The ground floor with commercial units aimed at the public and a freely accessible first floor, the so-called ‘Stadtgeschoss’ with a neighbourhood centre, crèche and library, form the base, which faces the neighbourhood on Hohlstrasse and the site on Hohlgasse. The 2nd to 5th floors contain two-storey commercial units with galleries, to be used according to the specific needs of the tenants. The building is topped off by a semi-public storey with a cafeteria, co-working areas and a small roof terrace.

Two entrances from Hohlstrasse lead to the two building cores, which provide vertical access. In addition, an external, single-flight staircase along the south façade takes visitors directly to the balcony of the ‘Stadtgeschoss’. The roof, which is angled out of the façade, highlights the public entry and at the same time offers both a pleasant ambience and protection. On the north side, the cantilever responds to the Hohlgasse within the site and forms a covered delivery zone. This side has an industrial character, whereas the outdoor area on Hohlstrasse conveys an inviting atmosphere with a variety of ground surfaces, seating and green areas.

Reclaimed rails, steel profiles, corrugated fibre cement panels, reused windows, stairs, gratings and railings characterise the elevations of the building. History and time are present everywhere in the weathering and wear marks of the materials. The strategy of patina is continued and the building is firmly anchored at the location of the former SBB Werkstätten. Building X makes a contribution to the iconographic potential of repurposed components, creating an architecture that uses resources consciously during construction and operation, with optimised CO2 emissions and low consumption of grey energy.

Location Zurich

Programme New commercial building:
Ground floor with storage and commercial space,
1st floor ‘Stadtgeschoss': public area, for example with library, crèche, neighbourhood centre, terrace
2nd floor - 5th floor: high-ceilinged commercial spaces with intermediate galleries according to tenant requirements,
6th floor: co-working space, canteen, small roof terrace

Competition Gesamtleistungswettbewerb
Team Gigon/Guyer and Leuthard Baumanagement
1st stage: June – October 2023
2nd stage: January – March 2024, 1st Prize

Gross Floor Area 7‘659 m2

Competition Organzier Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB AG
represented by SBB AG Immobilien

Team G/G Mike Guyer, Stefan Thommen, Carlo Magnaguagno, Cléa Peretti, Celia Diederichsen (I), Matthias Eberle (I), Till Nüesch (I)

Total Contractor Leuthard Baumanagement AG, Merenschwand

Landscape Architecture Antón Landschaft GmbH, Zurich

Cost Planning/Scheduling Leuthard Baumanagement AG, Merenschwand

Structural Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer R+B Engineering AG, Zurich

Building Services Engineer Komfonie Engineering AG, Zurich

Building Physics Engineer Gartenmann Engineering AG, Zurich

Fire Safety Gartenmann Engineering AG, Zurich

Acoustical Engineer Gartenmann Engineering AG, Zurich

Plumbing Komfonie Engineering AG, Zurich

Sprinkler Consultant Komfonie Engineering AG, Zurich

Facility Management Amberg Loglay AG, Zurich

Coordination Leuthard Baumanagement AG, Merenschwand

Sustainability Gartenmann Engineering AG, Zurich
Reuse: Zirkular GmbH, Basel and Adrian Kiesel Architect, Zurich

Other Consulting:
Schmidlin Holzbau AG, Steinen
Wetter Gruppe AG, Metallbau, Stetten

BIM Gigon/Guyer
Leuthard Baumanagement AG, Merenschwand

Visualization Zuend, Zurich

Refurbishment of the Löwenbräu-Arts Centre East, Löwenbräu-Areal

Location Zurich

Programme Refurbishment of the exhibition space for the new tenant Museum Haus Konstruktiv MHK:
Exhibition space skylights, museum lighting, roof greening, photovoltaic system on the roof (1,350 m² > yield per year 280'000 kWh).
Refurbishment of the entire building services.

Planning/Construction 2022–2025

Client Löwenbräu-Kunst AG
Client’s Representative: immoclass AG, Max Homberger

Gross Floor Area 2‘200 m2

Team G/G Mike, Guyer, Stefan Thommen, Andy Gratwohl

Site Management Ghisleni Partner AG, Rapperswil

Structural Engineer Henauer Gugler AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer Elektro-Ingenieure Meyer + Partner AG, Stäfa

Building Services Engineer Gruenberg + Partner AG, Zurich

Building Physics Engineer Wichser Akustik & Bauphysik AG, Zurich

Fire Safety AFC AG, Zurich

MSRL Equans Services AG, Winterthur

Lighting Consultant Institut für Tageslichttechnik Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

Refurbishment Outdoor Areas and Water Basin, University of Zurich

Location Zurich

Programme Refurbishment of the water basin, terraces and entrance of the University's Main Building

Commission 2020

Planning/Construction 2020–2026
with Architekturbüro Wolfensberger + Partner AG, Zurich

Client Hochbauamt Kanton Zürich
Occupant: University of Zurich

Gross Floor Area AGF 3'281 m2

Team G/G Pieter Rabijns (Project Manager), Stefan Thommen, Andreas Hasler

Site Management Architekturbüro Wolfensberger + Partner AG, Zurich

Cost Planning/Scheduling Architekturbüro Wolfensberger + Partner AG, Zurich

Structural Engineer Wüst Rellstab Schmid AG, Schaffhausen

Electrical Engineer Schmidiger+Rosasco AG, Zurich

Building Physics Engineer Wichser Akustik & Bauphysik AG, Zurich

MSRL Visocm Engineering AG, Affoltern am Albis

Lighting Consultant TT Licht GmbH, Zurich

Plumbing Balzer Ingenieure AG, Winterthur

Colours Artistic conzept: Adrian Schiess, Zurich

Other Water treatment: Beck Schwimmbadbau AG, Winterthur

Photos Gigon/Guyer

Refurbishment of the Herdern High-rise Building

The slab-shaped high rise in western Zurich is part of the Herdern Migros headquarters, which opened in 1965 and is now listed as an industrial heritage site. Over the years, the brick facade of the 17-storey building has become weatherworn and is undergoing comprehensive refurbishment. The urban and preservation context as well as the building’s proportions are particularly significant in this respect.

The work comprises the static and energetic renovation, including HVAC renewal. On the shorter sides, the load-bearing structure is being reinforced, while the existing brick facades and parapets will be replaced and thermally insulated all around. The new fair-faced masonry walls resemble the old ones in brick format, texture and colour. New aluminium windows with triple insulation glazing meet the thermal and acoustic specifications. Inside, the ribbed concrete ceilings of the office spaces will be uncovered and will serve as temperature buffer. They create a workshop-like atmosphere that matches the industrial history and aesthetic of the building.

The setback top storey, surrounded by a roof terrace, houses an executive board room. The entire space, along with the small kitchen, will be refurbished and offers panoramic views of Zurich West and the Alps.

Location Zurich, Switzerland

Programme Refurbishment of the listed office high-rise building (built in 1963 by the architects Hans Vogelsanger, Ernst Scharzenbach, Albert Maurer),
19 floors (1 underground, 18 above ground), 500 workplaces, seminar rooms

Competition 2018, 1st Prize Gigon/Guyer Architekten and WaltGalmarini

Planning/Construction 2019–2023

Client Genossenschaft Migros Zurich

Gross Floor Area 9‘948 m2

Team G/G Planning/Execution: Stefan Thommen (Team Manager), Urs Meyer (Project Manager), Milica Brockmann, Andy Gratwohl, Arend Kölsch, Pieter Rabijns, Urh Urbancic, Luisa Wittgen, Nathalie Reiz (I), Jannis Poncelet (I)
Competition: Stefan Thommen, Filippo Cattaneo, Vladimir Dianiska, Milica Brockmann, Mickael Minghetti (I), Michelle Feige (I)

Site Management Spiegel + Partner AG, Zurich

Landscape Architecture Lorenz Eugster Landschaftsarchitektur und Städtebau Gmbh, Zurich

Cost Planning/Scheduling Spiegel + Partner AG, Zurich

Structural Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer Eplan AG, Reinach

Building Physics Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Fire Safety Migros Engineering Solutions, MGB, Zurich

Heating/Cooling Concept-G AG, Winterthur

Ventilation Engineer Concept-G AG, Winterthur

Acoustical Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Plumbing Concept-G AG, Winterthur

Sprinkler Consultant Banzer Beratung & Planung AG, Wil

Facade Reba Fassadentechnik AG, Chur

Door Consultant Batishield AG, Rüti

Other RDA: Enfors AG, Sempach

Photos Seraina Wirz, Zurich
Luca Zanier (Baustelle)
Tom Licht (Drohnenaufnahme)


Refurbishment of the Parking Deck, Herdern Facility Building

Location Zurich

Programme Refurbishment and reinforcement of the listed parking deck with 568 spaces:
Replacement/refurbishment of the car park roofs, 3 new escape stairways, photovoltaic installation (approx. 4.500 m²), charging stations for electric vehicles.
The facility building and the Herdern high-rise building form an ensemble (built in 1965 by the architects Hans Vogelsanger, Ernst Schwarzenbach, Albert Maurer).

Commission 2020 (Feasibility Study)

Planning/Construction 2020–2025

Client Genossenschaft Migros Zurich

Gross Floor Area 14‘220 m2

Team G/G Feasibility Study: Stefan Thommen (Team Manager), Urs Meyer, Milica Brockmann
Planning/ Construction: Stefan Thommen (Team Manager), Lilla Kis

Site Management Spiegel+Partner AG, Zurich

Cost Planning/Scheduling Spiegel+Partner AG, Zurich

Structural Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer Eplan AG, Reinach

Building Services Engineer Concept-G AG, Winterthur

Building Physics Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Fire Safety MGB, MES - Migros Engineering Solutions, Zurich

Traffic Engineer Basler & Hofmann AG, Zurich

Visualization Gigon/Guyer

Photos Tom Licht (drone image)

CreaTower I Office High-rise

The CreaTower I office high-rise (40 metres) is currently under construction in the Tech Cluster Zug. Together with the CreaTower II residential building placed on a large plinth, it forms a harmonious ensemble and creates a central square, which also includes the vertical sculpture Semiramis (Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich).

The ten-storey block is accessed via an arcade facing the public square. The new building has an almost square column grid with a slightly off-centre, two-part core. The bays along the façades accommodate the workplaces in various arrangements, as well as the meeting rooms and the inset, two-storey terraces. The four interior bays adjacent to the core are a place of exchange and informal meetings, with helically ascending, two-storey atriums and open spiral staircases. It is this central void, with horizontal and vertical views and varying headroom, which connects the floors into a continuous, inspiring work landscape. At the same time, the sequence of these diverse spaces gives the users a sense of scale and intimacy. The terraces feature intensive planting and are arranged in staggered pairs that spatially connect three storeys. The entrance hall with the customer centre is located on the ground floor, while the top floor houses the communal areas with a patio as a spacious outdoor lounge.

The supporting structure is a prefabricated modular construction with columns, beams and five-part vaults. The latter are only subjected to compressive loads, utilise ribs and have correspondingly slender dimensions. These are RFS ceilings that were developed by the Block Research Group at ETH Zurich during the last decade. Using a 1:1 mock-up, the vault was tested for deformations, vibrations, structural and spatial acoustics, fire resistance, building services installations, manufacture and costs, thus demonstrating its feasibility. Compared to a conventional slab construction, the column, beam and vault structure has significantly less mass and saves around 60% CO2 emissions. As the ceiling bays can be easily opened or closed during the life cycle, the load-bearing system meets the client’s requirements for adaptability. The ribs trace the undersides of the vaults, frame the acoustic surfaces and create a striking ornamental pattern that characterises the appearance of the interior spaces. On the façades, the internal vaults can be made out by the curved lintels at the openings which define the external appearance of the building.

by Philippe Block and Mike Guyer at «15. Schweizer Betonforum», 07.06.2023, ETH Zurich
«CreaTower I – RFS Decken» (PDF Download)

Location Tech Cluster Zug, Switzerland

Programme Office high-rise (40 m) with 420 workplaces,
foyer, meeting rooms, cafeteria,
ground floor with public areas: café/ bistro

Feasibility Study 2022, 1st Prize

Planning/Construction 2023–2028

Client Urban Assets Zug AG, Zug
User: VZ Depotbank AG

Gross Floor Area 13‘272 m2 (competiton)

Team G/G Planning/Construction: Stefan Thommen (Team Manager), Daniela Schadegg (Project Manager until Oct. 2023), Urs Meyer (Project Manager from Nov. 2023), Ivana Beljan, Urh Urbancic, , Nathalie Reiz
Competition: Stefan Thommen, Carlo Magnaguagno, Dylan Kreuzer, Sophie Ballweg

Site Management Büro für Bauökonomie AG, Lucerne

Construction Management Büro für Bauökonomie AG, Lucerne

General Planning Gigon/Guyer and Büro für Bauökonomie AG, Lucerne

Landscape Architecture Bischoff Landschaftsarchitektur GmbH, Baden

Cost Planning/Scheduling Büro für Bauökonomie AG, Lucerne

Structural Engineer Walt Galmarini AG, Zurich
Vaulted Ceilings (RFS): Vaulted AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer Jules Haefliger AG, Lucerne

Building Physics Engineer Lemon Consult AG, Basel/ Zurich

Fire Safety Jules Haefliger AG, Lucerne

MSRL Jules Haefliger AG, Lucerne

Heating/Cooling 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur

Ventilation Engineer 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur

Acoustical Engineer Lemon Consult AG, Basel/ Zurich

Lighting Consultant Reflexion AG, Zurich

Plumbing 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur

Sprinkler Consultant Josef Ottiger + Partner AG, Rothenburg

Facade Dr. Lüchinger+Meyer Bauingenieure AG, Zurich

Door Consultant Jules Haefliger AG, Lucerne

Traffic Engineer Schneiter Verkehrsplanung AG, Zurich

Sustainability Lemon Consult AG, Basel/ Zurich

Other Photovoltaic System
facade: Dr. Lüchinger+Meyer Bauingenieure AG, Zurich
roof: Jules Haefliger AG, Lucerne
Smoke Protection Pressure System (RDA): Enfors AG, Sempach
Utility Lines Planning: blesshess AG, Lucerne

Model Modellbau Zaborowsky GmbH, Zurich

Visualization Ponnie Images, Aachen (Germany)

Video of the mock-up © VAULTED AG

Extention Cantonal School Reussbühl

Location Lucerne

Programme New building for 18 classes (550 students) with single and double gymnasium,
outdoor sports facility and new design of the campus

Competition March – July 2022, 1st Prize

Gross Floor Area 11‘809 m2

Competition Organzier Finanzdepartement Kanton Luzern

Team G/G Mike Guyer, Stefan Thommen, Carlo Magnaguagno, Dylan Kreuzer, Sophie Ballweg, Vanessa Ebert (I), Thea Bonatz (I)

Landscape Architecture antón landschaft gmbh, Zurich

Structural Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Building Services Engineer 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur

Visualization Ponnie, Cologne, Germany

Extension of Housing Development Brunnenhof

The existing housing development Brunnenhof, owned by the ‘Stiftung Familienwohnungen’, was designed by Gigon/Guyer in a competition in 2003 and completed in 2007. In response to the high demand for affordable family apartments, the development is extended to the south with a 40-meter-high building. Compared to the earlier buildings, the added apartments are arranged in a more compact way, with less space required per occupant. The new building meets the tight cost criteria of the municipal subsidy for low-cost housing.

Located directly on Bucheggplatz, the plot is flanked by Hofwiesentrasse to the south and west. To the east it adjoins the park with the Buchegg neighborhood center, and to the north the existing Brunnenhof development. The slender, 13-storey volume forms a termination for the lower slab buildings of the Brunnenhof-/Hofwiesenstrasse development as well as a prominent head-end building on Bucheggplatz. The extension continues the concept of the multi-angled existing blocks. It connects directly to the long, narrow building along Hofwiesenstrasse, angles eastwards to the park and creates a generous forecourt through an offset away from the street. A long projecting roof marks the two entrances. Together with the forecourt, this emphasizes the role of the western side as the main urban façade. To the south, the park with its large trees extends all the way to Bucheggplatz, creating an ample new approach.

On the ground floor, a lofty space for public use is oriented towards Bucheggplatz. The entrance hall on Hofwiesenstrasse provides access to the upper floors, to the community rooms and, via a multifunctional room, to the park. This creates an immediate link between the street space and the green area. The community rooms can be joined together by means of a mobile partition wall and face both the street and the park, where a tranquil outdoor area steps down towards the existing buildings. The multifunctional room and the community rooms can be connected for events and festivities.

The first and second floors accommodate office spaces. Above, the typical floors contain twenty 5.5-room apartments for large families, two on each level. All bedrooms face the quiet park. The eat-in kitchens extend along Hofwiesenstrasse between the entrance zones with wardrobes and the living rooms with corner loggias overlooking the park. Centrally placed bathrooms allow for a circulation loop, lending the apartments spaciousness. The balcony on the park side runs the entire length of the building, expanding the bedrooms on the outside and connecting them to the two corner loggias.

The design principles of the existing façades are continued in the extension: horizontal concrete strips, wood/metal windows with parapets and railings, colored glass cladding on the south, west and north façades, sliding panels of colored transparent and translucent glass as well as metal picket railings on the eastern balcony layer. The color concept for the new building is based on Adrian Schiess' continued elaboration.

Location Zurich

Programme High-rise 40 m
Ground floor: public use, community rooms, multifunctional room
1st and 2nd floor: office space
3rd to 12th floor: 20 5.5 room apartments

Commission 2020

Planning/Construction 2020–2028
ARGE Erweiterung Brunnenhof
Architecture: Annette Gigon / Mike Guyer Architects, Zurich
Construction Management: Güntensperger Baumanagement AG, Zurich

Client Stiftung Familienwohnungen (SFW), Zurich
Client’s Representative: Basler & Hofmann AG, Zurich

Gross Floor Area 4‘572.8 m2

Team G/G Pieter Rabijns (Team Manager), Ivana Beljan

Landscape Architecture Uniola AG, Zurich

Structural Engineer Meichtry & Widmer AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer IBG Engineering AG, St. Gallen

Building Services Engineer Balzer Ingenieure AG, Winterthur

Building Physics Engineer Durable Planung und Beratung GmbH, Zurich

Fire Safety Balzer Ingenieure AG, Chur

Acoustical Engineer Durable Planung und Beratung GmbH, Zurich

Coordination Balzer Ingenieure AG, Winterthur

Colours Adrian Schiess, Zurich

Other Design plan (Gestaltungsplan): Suter von Känel Wild Planer und Architekt AG, Zurich

Visualization Gigon/Guyer


New Social Insurance Centre WAS (Wirtschaft Arbeit Soziales)
Areal Eichhof West

Location Kriens, Switzerland

Programme Offices 700 workplaces, seminar rooms, canteen, cafeteria

Competition 2020, 1st Prize

Planning/Construction 2020–2025

Client WAS Immobilien AG, Lucerne

Gross Floor Area 24‘540 m2

Team G/G Competition: Stefan Thommen, Lukas Kübli, Dario Caccialupi, Jan Zimmermann (I)
Planning/Construction: Christian Maggioni (Team Manager), Matthias Clivio (Project Manager), Damien Andenmatten, Christoph Lay, Franzis Gericks, Roman Vetterli, Emilia Lienhard (I), Lilo Nöske (I), Jannis Sachmerda (I), Christoph Stahel (I), Zoe Steurer (I), Diana Strässle (I)

Total Contractor General Planning (preliminary design phase until total contractor tendering )
GP WAS GmbH, Lucerne:
GKS Architekten Generalplaner AG, Lucerne
with Gigon/Guyer Architects;
Total Contractor (from total contractor tendering)
Anliker AG Generalunternehmung, Emmenbrücke

Landscape Architecture Planting courtyard and roof terraces: Lorenz Eugster, Zurich

Cost Planning/Scheduling TGS Bauökonomen AG, Lucerne (preliminary design phase until total contractor tendering)

Structural Engineer Competition: EBP Schweiz AG, Zurich
Planning/Construction: CES Bauingenieur AG, Hergiswil

Electrical Engineer Jules Häfliger AG, Lucerne

Building Services Engineer Competition: EBP Schweiz AG, Zurich
Planning/Construction: 3-Plan Haustechnik AG, Winterthur

Building Physics Engineer 2226 AG, St. Gallen

Fire Safety Technik im Bau AG, Lucerne

Facade Feroplan Engineering AG, Zurich

Door Consultant PZM Luzern AG, Horw

Signage Designalltag Rinderer GmbH, Winterthur

Other Restaurant Planning: Creative Gastro Concept & Design AG, Hergiswil

BIM GKS Architekten Generalplaner AG, Lucerne (preliminary design phase until total contractor tendering)

Visualization Gigon/Guyer

Replacement of Hangenmoos Housing Estate

A new housing development on the Hangenmoos site in Wädenswil replaces a predecessor from the 1960s. The elongated three-hectare plot lies adjacent to the historical town centre and is characterised by the orientation towards Zugerstrasse and the sloping terrain to the west.

With the free placement of the buildings in a park-like area, the dense residential development makes reference to the idea of the garden city. The arrangement of the buildings is defined by various factors: the terrain profile, the orientation of the apartments, the view of the lake, the neighbouring buildings and the busy road. Themes such as the continuous, differentiated outdoor space, staggering of volumes, framed and panoramic views determine the composition of the buildings.

Three residential typologies and different apartment contribute to the diversely mixed housing project, which is being realised in stages.

The area is separated from the busy Zugerstrasse by slim, staggered buildings. Here the staircases are arranged along the facade, the living and dining rooms are oriented on both sides, while bedrooms and balconies only face the quiet park.

Placed behind, on the rising hillside and along the quieter Holzmoosrütistrasse, are five to seven storey buildings. Their orientation is guided by the terrain and the view of the lake. These large and prominent structures form the backbone of the new development and have the highest density. Three to six apartments are grouped around an internal access core on each floor. The larger apartments are laid out around a corner or as dually oriented types, the smaller ones face the lake on one side. Despite their limited floor area, a variety of inside and outside views give the apartments depth and generosity. Together with the lower blocks on Zugerstrasse, the large building volumes form a differentiated green space with a network of pedestrian paths.

In the buildings of the third typology, four apartments are planned per floor. The two five-storey buildings are aligned parallel to the terrain’s contour lines and offset from one another. Their cross-shaped floor plan with an internal circulation core offers well-lit and spacious apartments with openings on three sides.

The arrangement and composition of the volumes create a complex of related building structures, which form a whole despite the varied conditions of the site. Multiple visual connections and views open up the outdoor spaces, helping to achieve the intended density with a site-specific scale.

Location Wädenswil, Switzerland

Programme 10 building volumes,
285 apartments with 1.5–5.5 room apartments,
1 shared apartment for assisted living Foundation Bühl,
1 double kindergarden, 1 day care center,
7 office spaces

Competition 2-phases
2014, 1st Prize

Planning/Construction 2015–2021–2023

Client Hangenmoos AG, Wädenswil

Gross Floor Area 59‘650 m2

Team G/G Planning/Construction: Christian Maggioni (Team Manager), Daniela Schadegg (Project Manager), Franziska Bächer, Stefanie Bittig, Christoph Dober, Andy Gratwohl, Dana Hemmi, Leyla Ilman, Lilla Kis, Christoph Lay, Carlo Magnaguagno, Anne Spiegler, Lukas Taller, Urh Urbancic, Philippe Volpe
Competition: Stefan Thommen (Team Manager), Rodrigo Jorge, Andy Gratwohl, Leyla Ilman
Competition Revision: Stefan Thommen (Team Manager), Thomas Möckel, Leyla Ilman, Christoph Dober, Milica Vrbaski

Site Management Hotz Partner AG SIA, Wädenswil

Landscape Architecture Commissioned Study: Studio Vulkan Landschaftsarchitektur GmbH, Zurich
Planning: vetschpartner Landschaftsarchitekten AG, Zurich

Structural Engineer WaltGalmarini AG, Zurich

Electrical Engineer Enerpeak AG, Dübendorf

Building Services Engineer PZM Zürich, Zurich

Building Physics Engineer Braune Roth AG, Binz

Fire Safety Enerpeak AG, Dübendorf

Traffic Engineer Enz & Partner GmbH, Zurich

Colours in cooperation with Harald F. Müller, Singen, Germany

Model Zaborowsky Modellbau, Zurich

Photos Philip Heckhausen, Zurich