HHF architects: nussbaum building, switzerland
HHF architects: nussbaum building, switzerland HHF architects: nussbaum building, switzerland
apr 25, 2009

HHF architects: nussbaum building, switzerland

nussbaum training and information center, switzerland by HHF architects image courtesy HHF architects

HHF architects have sent us in images of their project the nussbaum information and training center, they created for the swiss manufacturer. the building is made of a profile glass facade and consists of several courtyards. for their design they aimed to provide natural lighting and connect inside and outside spaces.

entrance image courtesy HHF architects

lobby image courtesy HHF architects

terrace image courtesy HHF architects

exterior image courtesy HHF architects

model image courtesy HHF architects

general info

architects: HHF architects team: herlach hartmann frommenwiler with janna jessen, alexa den hartog project: invited project study for an information and training center location: olten, switzerland function: information- and trainingcenter footprint: 1200 m2 total area of usable space: 1200m2 materials: wood, profilitglas client: nussbaum ag

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