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Georg Aerni: Tsz Wan Shan (Hong Kong, taken from the series "TV Time") Georg Aerni
Michael Wolf: Architecture of Density #39 (Hong Kong) Michael Wolf
Hans-Georg Esch: Shanghai 32 (Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, Jin Mao Building), 2010 Hans-Georg Esch
Filip Dujardin: untitled (taken from the series "Fictions", 2008) Filip Dujardin
Gigon / Guyer: Prime Tower, 2011 (photo: Thies Wachter) Thies Wachter
Bas Princen: Valley (Jing'an), 2007 Bas Princen
Dick Chan Kwong-yuen: Megafauna (Hong Kong, with the Bank of China and HSBC offices), 2008 Dick Chan Kwong-yuen
Olivo Barbieri: site specific NYC 07, 2007 Olivo Barbieri
Simon Koy: Schanghai (with the Jin Mao Building and the Shanghai World Financial Center in the background), 2011 Simon Koy
United Architects: project for the new World Trade Center, New York, 2002 United Architects
Jason Hawkes: City of London (30 St Mary Axe / "The Gherkin", Heron Tower), 2011 Jason Hawkes
An exhibition dedicated to skyscrapers comes to Zurich.
This content was published on September 19, 2011 - 16:01
Switzerland is preparing to inaugurate the Prime Tower in Zurich, the country's tallest building. To mark the occasion the Zurich Museum of Design has created an exhibition celebrating great buildings from around the world.