Erikastrasse Zurich, Switzerland

Project update

Erikastrasse

Zurich, Switzerland

The renovation of a private home on Erikastrasse nears completion, with the installation of its windows.

It is part of Caruso St John's work on a 1940’s industrial building in Erikastrasse, Zurich. Designed for private clients, the project will be completed later this year and will create new working and living spaces.

A few weeks ago its prefabricated timber roof was craned into place.

Photos © Tibor Bielicky / Caruso St John Architects

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