Another popular vote will be held on 27 September 2020 to decide the future of the Hardturm Areal project.
The Hardturm Areal project is being designed by Caruso St John Architects in collaboration with Boltshauser Architekten and pool Architekten. The project comprises a comprehensive redevelopment of the Hardturm area including the stadium, two high-rise buildings with 540 apartments and several mixed-use spaces, and a residential building with 174 cooperative flats. The project is being developed by HRS Real Estate and Credit Suisse.
If the popular vote decides in favour of the project, the stadium will open as early as 2022. The two high-rise buildings and cooperative flats will be completed in 2023.
Residents of Zurich have voted in favour of the project to build a new football stadium. The referendum took place on Sunday 25th November with 53.8% voting in favour of the development.
Caruso St John Architects, in collaboration with Boltshauser Architects and Pool Architects, have won the competition for the Hardturm Areal in Zurich city. The scheme comprises a new 18,500 capacity football arena, a residential building with 173 cooperative apartments, and two mixed-use high-rise buildings. The project is being developed by HRS Real Estate SG and Credit Suisse.
In the referendum of 27 September, almost 60% voted in favor of plans for the development of Hardtrum Areal in Zurich West.
The development, for clients Credit Suisse, HRS Real Estate, and Zurich housing co-operative ABZ, comprises a 18,000 seat stadium, an apartment building with 174 co-operative apartments, and two 137-metre mixed-use towers. The design is a collaboration with Zurich-based practices, Bolthauser Architekten and Pool Architekten.
Caruso St John has won the contest for a new office building at 52-56 Stampfenbachstrasse in central Zurich. The building, for multinational insurance company AXA, houses flexible office spaces on the upper floors and retail space on the ground floor.
Construction has completed on the Falconhoven Apartment Building in central Antwerp. The building contains fifty-one apartments, as well as shops, offices, and a kindergarten, and is the first completed building in a city block designed in collaboration with Flemish architects Bovenbouw and ONO Architectuur, and Dutch architects Rapp + Rapp.
Caruso St John's project for a new office building adjacent to the Hardbrücke viaduct in Zurich West will be completed at the end of November. Works to the office interiors and planting in the cantilevered balconies are complete, and ground floor retail units are currently being finished. Tenants will occupy the building early in the new year.
Construction continues on the Swiss Life Arena, the new home for the ZSC Lions ice hockey team, and Caruso St John's largest project to date. The in situ concrete exposed shell of the building is currently being built and the project is set to complete in 2022.
Neuhausen am Rheinfall, Switzerland
The school year has started at Neuhausen am Rheinfall's newly refurbished primary school. Caruso St John's project to refurbish and extend the exiting building is the first part of a larger urban scheme that includes a new town hall, market place, main fire station, and a range of housing for families and the elderly.
Newport Street Gallery, the conversion of almost an entire street of listed industrial buildings in south London into a free public gallery for artist Damien Hirst’s private art collection, has won the coveted 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building.