The Swiss National bank in Zurich - The Pfister Building 1922-2022

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In 1922, a decade after the Swiss National Bank had opened its neo-baroque building in Berne, the bank’s Zurich-based governing board moved into its own grand office building. This major work of the local firm of Otto and Werner Pfister is a key example of neoclassicism in Switzerland and provided Zurich with an architectural landmark at the top end of its famous Bahnhofstrasse.

Author Sabine Sträuli
Author 2 Adam caruso
Language English
Published 2022
Binding HBK
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