Case Study – Villa Meyer – D. Schnebli & T. Ammann, 1988

  • Zürich
  • The project represents an interpretation of a „small Zurich villa“. The built volume is articulated through a glas stem.
  • The division of the facade is based on simple symmetrical rules.
  • The chosen building materials show a certain exterior humbleness. The plan is based on the famous nine square grid.

People: Eat, Gather, Read, Rest, See, Sit, Sleep, Stand, Study, Talk, Walk, Work

typology: Library, Garden, House

Climate: Heat, Light

Location: Hill, Town, Urban

Material: Brick, Earth, Glass

Contributor: Simon Ulbrich
18 July 2023