Kirchner Museum Davos, Katharina Beisiegel (Eds.)
Gigon/Guyer. Kirchner Museum revisited
Hirmer Verlag
München, 2022

Catalog accompanying the exhibition

«Gigon/Guyer. Kirchner Museum revisited»
Kirchner Museum Davos

With texts by Katharina Beisiegel, Gianna Cadonau, Köbi Gantenbein, Momoyo Kaijima, Christoph Kübler, Marietta Piekenbrock and Laurent Stalder,
an interview with Katharina Beisiegel, Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer
and photo essays by Stephan Bösch, Katalin Deér, Pati Grabowicz, Harald F. Müller / Guido Kasper and Jules Spinatsch.

Edition Architekturgalerie Luzern
Luzern, 1993

Catalogue for the exhibition at the Architekturgalerie Luzern 25 September to 24 October 1993
Project management catalogue: Heinz Wirz
Design: Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer
with Lars Müller / Gerhard Blättler
Photos: Heinrich Helfenstein

Contributions by
Arthur Rüegg «Abstrakt – vertraut . Zur Architektur des Kirchner Museums»
Bernhard Bürgi «Kontrapositionen»
Hannes Freymuth «Das Tageslicht im Kirchner Museum»
Johannes Gachnang «[…]»

Arthur Rüegg, Jürg Rehsteiner, Toni Wirth
Fenster–Fassade. Annette Gigon / Mike Guyer
Ed. ETHZ Professur Arthur Rüegg
Zürich, 1998
52 pages

Annotated construction documentation (in German)
as part of the construction course of the architecture department ETHZ Professorship Arthur Rüegg

“With the architecture of Gigon/Guyer, the precise choice of the façade structure and the careful formulation of the window opening can be demonstrated in an exemplary manner, while at the same time linking up with current building activity.” A.R. July 1998

With essays by Arthur Rüegg
Abstract – familiar
Permanence and Transience

Kirchner Museum Davos
Davos Sports Centre
Kunstmuseum Winterthur
Detached House Canton Zürich
Residential Complex Broëlberg, Kilchberg

GIGON GUYER ARCHITECTS Works & Projects 1989–2000
Ed. Christoph J. Bürkle / Monika Landert, Gustavo Gilo SA
Barcelona, 2000
ISBN 84-252-1811-X

Buildings, projects and competitions by the office from 1989 to 2000
Design: Trix Wetter

With essays by
J. Christoph Bürkle «Most carefully simple, most carefully empty» Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer’s contribution to swiss museum architecture
Martin Steinmann «Conjectures: on the architecture of Gigon/Guyer»
Max Wechsler «Beauty is admissible: Architecture as visual event»

GIGON/GUYER 1989–2000
The Variegated Minimal
El Croquis Nr. 102
Madrid, 2000

Buildings, projects and competitions of the office from 1989 to 2000, with photos by Hisao Suzuki and detailed plans.

«Normality and Irritation – a Paradox» Hubertus Adam and Wilfried Wang in conversation with Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer
Essay by Wilfried Wang «The Variegated Minimal»

Ed. Kunsthaus Bregenz, archiv kunst architektur, Edelbert Köb
Gigon & Guyer . Museum Liner Appenzell
archiv kunst architektur. Werkdokumente, Nr. 18
Hatje Cantz Verlag
Ostfildern-Ruit, 2000
ISBN 3-7757-1010-8

Documentation of the Museum Liner in Appenzell, completed in 1998.
With a photo sequence by Gaston Wicky and text essays by Hubertus Adam and Peter Dering. Awarded as one of the “Most Beautiful Books Austria” 2001.

Hg. Annette W. LeCuyer The University of Michigan
Gigon/Guyer. The 2000 Charles & Ray Eames Lecture
Michigan Architecture Papers, Nr. 8
Michigan, 2000
ISBN 1-891197-13-4

Publication to commemorate the Charles & Ray Eames Lecture, given by Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer at the Taubman College, University of Michigan, on 3 April 2000

Introduction by Annette LeCuyer
Architecture for Art

Kirchner Museum Davos
Museum of Art Extension, Winterthur
Liner Museum, Appenzell
Reinhart Collection am Römerholz, Winterthur
Concept into Matter
Art for Architecture
Sports Center, Davos
Housing, Broëlberg
Signal Sox, Zurich
Museum and Archeological Park, Kalkriese

Gigon/Guyer: Seen by Kjeld Vindum
Ed. Gigon/Guyer and Kjeld Vindum

“Arne Jacobsen: Seen by Gigon/Guyer”.

Booklet accompanying the contribution by Gigon/Guyer on the occasion of the exhibition
“Arne Jacobsen – Absolutely Modern”, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark
30 August 2002 – 12 January 2003

The contribution to the exhibition on the centenary of the birth of Arne Jacobsen’s, as Gigon/Guyer’s “view” of eleven of his buildings.

The little book displayed in the exhibition shows Gigon/Guyer’s buildings, seen and photographed by Kjeld Vindum, a profound expert on Jacobsen’s work.

With an interview by Arthur Rüegg with Kjeld Vindum, Kirsten Birk Hansen, Lars Müller, Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer.

Production: Integral Lars Müller / Grafiche Duegi Verona

a+u 06:11
Gigon/Guyer - matter, colour, light and space
Architecture and Urbanism, No. 434
Tokyo, 2006

The complexity of colour, Gigon/Guyer Architects
WA World Architecture Nr. 198
Peking, 2006