HGS reveals new designs for the refurbishment and conversion of the Silo Erlenmmatt building in Basel.
The Exchange coming to completion in Vancouver is more than half leased
“Vancouver’s office market makes a comeback […]”
The Exchange is arguably the best example of collaborative modern and historic architecture in Canada, and it boasts a world-class location,” said Salim Sayani, president of Executive Group, which recently opened hotels in New York and Toronto. “The Exchange’s design team has done an amazing job integrating state-of-the-art technology with space-planning strategies.”
Frongarten St. Gallen
05 April 2017
HGS wins competition for a new office building for medisuisse in Frongartenstrasse, St. Gallen.
Placed in a business area close to the historical city centre, the volume completes the urban block while underlining its own identity. The building is to be realised with an innovative prefabricated wood system which facilitates the construction process in a plot with difficult access and provides flexibility for the office space.
Frongarten St. Gallen
Viscosi-Stadt Atelier Building, Construction start
30th January 2017
Construction of the new building 744 for the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts has started. Following the gutting and removal of hazardous materials demolition of the existing building 744 and the former „Pilothalle“ on the Viscosistadt campus in Emmenbrücke is now in progress.
The Exchange- Building Progress
27th January 2017
Harry Gugger has visited the construction site of the Exchange building in Vancouver to witness the topping out of his first high rise building development in North America. The office tower in the heart of the financial district will be Canada's first LEED Platinum rated heritage restoration building. Its full completion is scheduled for late 2017.
Viscosi-Stadt Atelier Building, Application granted
16th January 2017
The council of Emmenbrücke and the canton Lucerne have granted planning permission for Harry Gugger Studio to design building 744 for the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences on the Viscosistadt campus.
After the construction of the new building 744 in combination with its adjacent existing building 745, the new home of the entire Arts and Design Department will be completed, consolidating teaching, atelier and workshop-spaces on location.