Merz Structures Zurich

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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis
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Year:2006
Design for a structure for three spaces of the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, Switzerland,  to be realized by students of the School of Design in St. Gallen, Faculty of Fine Arts. This project illustrates the theory that the architect provides ideas to be realized by others and that ‘Merz’ is in effect a process that works through individuals, as the Ville Spatiale is a ”Merzstruktur” on an urban scale for a mass society consisting of individuals. The project is a result of the symposium Merzbau «historical dimensions and contemporary potential» in 2005 in Zurich
Themes: -Merz models
-exhibitions
-principles Ville Spatiale
Courtesy of Marianne Homiridis