Bearth & Deplazes Architekten AG, Chur Design Office, Switzerland Studio, Building Designs
Bearth & Deplazes Architecture
Contemporary Swiss Architects Practice News and Information
post updated 14 May 2021
Bearth & Deplazes Architekten – Key Project
Haus Willimann-Lötscher, Sevgein, Graubünden, Switzerland
Date built: 1998
This interesting new Swiss house is located in Sevgein.
More design projects online soon
Location: Chur, Switzerland, central Europe
Architecture Practice Information
Swiss architect studio – office run by Valentin Bearth, Andrea Deplazes
This Swiss design firm has architecture offices in Chur and Zurich.
Address: Wiesentalstrasse 7, 7000 Chur, Switzerland
Phone: +41 81 354 93 00
NORMAN FOSTER SOLAR AWARD
The new residential building of brunner-bapst in waltensburg / vuorz receives the popular solar prize and sets a new world record:
Solar PlusEnergieBau world record in Graubünden Minergie-P- / PlusEnergieBauten® (PEB) show 2020 800% CO2 -free solar power surpluses instead of – According to the Federal Council – 80% energy losses, like the average Swiss building stock (IP 10.3873). The PEB roof and facade surfaces are already generating 8 times more solar power today than they use annually! The PlusEnergieBau of the Brunner-Bapst family in 7158 Waltensburg by the architect Prof. Valentin Bearth ensures a new solar PEB world record thanks to its own solar energy supply of 817%!
COMPLETION MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING FLÄSCH
During the village festival and just in time for the school start, the new renovated sports hall and the extension of foyer, community hall and kindergarten in Fläsch were inaugurated:
After a year of construction, the new multi-purpose building in Fläsch opened yesterday. The building next to the school house was extensively renovated and a foyer, a new community hall and a kindergarten expanded. In this are already the Chairs ready for school start on Monday. “We are happy and proud with the renovation to be ready on time for the new school year,” said Mayor René Pahud yesterday in front of the media and thanked the Chur architects Bearth & Deplazes.
Neue Monte Rosa Hut, Zermatt, Switzerland
Design: ETH Zurich / SAC
photos : ETH-Studio Monte Rosa/Tonatiuh Ambrosetti
Neue Monte Rosa Hut
ETH Zurich and the Swiss Alpine Club (SAC) present “hut of the future”.
After six years on the drawing board – two of which as a student project design – and a construction phase spanning two summers, the New Monte Rosa Hut above Zermatt finally opened for business in Sep 2009. Nicknamed “Mountain Crystal”, the innovative building generates over 90 percent of its energy itself.
It is scheduled to start receiving guests normally in March 2010 and will continue to serve ETH Zurich as a research object in power and building service engineering. The New Monte Rosa Hut – 2,883 meters above sea level – is currently the most complex wooden construction in Switzerland.
It is covered in a shimmering silver aluminum shell and with a photovoltaic system integrated in the southern facade. This generates its own power and is expected to be at least 90 percent energy self-sufficient.
Weltpostpark site buildings, Bern
Design: SSA Architekten, Basel, Switzerland
photograph © Ruedi Walti
Weltpostpark residential buildings Bern
The last apartments in the SSA Architekten-designed Weltpostpark development are now occupied. The striking six-storey residential buildings have an urban feel about them, while the park-like surroundings and the varied clinker brick facades create a homely atmosphere.
Chenot Palace Weggis Health Wellness Hotel, Weggis, Canton Lucerne
Design: Davide Macullo Architects
photograph : Roberto Pellegrini
Chenot Palace Weggis Health Wellness Hotel
The timber cladding of the new guest rooms, spa and pool area plays a game of shadows and creates a material landscape embedded in the green gardens while the uniting of the old hotel buildings with the new elements is a synthesis of architectural language with simplicity in materials to ensure that the senses are not overwhelmed.
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