Interviews & Vorlesungen

28 Juni 2022, Harry Gugger in der Silo mit Beton Suisse

<<Harry Gugger Studio received an award for the conversion of the Erlenmatt Silo as part of the BETON 21 architecture prize. The continued existence of one of Switzerland's early reinforced concrete structures is the best example of the durability and robustness of concrete buildings. Harry Gugger Studio succeeded in largely preserving the reinforced concrete structure. Thanks to extremely sensitive interventions, the silo building carries an important part of the quarter's history into the future.>>


25 November 2021, Konkret «Holz in Farbe»

Schweizer Baumuster-Centrale Zürich hosts a lecture on the Hirtenweg housing estate.

Henriette Gugger, Partner and Co-Founder, Harry Gugger Studio
Fredrika Wikland, owner, management, Falu Vapen Schweiz GmbH
Herbert Werder, Business Partner and Co-Owner, Falu Vapen Schweiz Gmb


29 April 2019, From Economy to Ecology— And Back Again?

Harry Gugger im Gespräch mit Irina Davidovici und Barbara Costa an der ETH Zürich auf Einladung der Professur für Architektur und RaumplanungProf. Milica Topalovic & Prof. Marc Angélil, ETH Zürich Departement für Architektur


08 August 2017, Interview mit Harry Gugger für OnArchitecture

Schauen Sie das komplette Interview, gefilmt und bearbeitet von Plan Comun für OnArchitecture, hier.

16 Februar 2017, Blind Date 2 im Schweizerischen Architekturmuseum

Moderation: Andreas Ruby und Cyril Veillon (archizoom, epfl)
Im Laufe der Ausstellung ‹Schweizweit› wird das S AM zur Diskussions-Plattform und lanciert ein experimentelles Veranstaltungsformat: insgesamt vier Podiumsdiskussionen als Blind Dates mit jeweils neun Architekturbüros aus verschiedenen Regionen der Schweiz.


31 Oktober 2014, "The next 100 years. Scenarios for an Alpine City State"

Communal, Collective and Constitutive:
Marijn Spoelstra, Jiang Jun, Harry Gugger

Cities are infrastructure for location factors. Accessibility, proximity and density result in higher land values, which can be further increased through an intelligent mix of functions and open spaces. Urban development is the most fundamental value-additive process without which there would be no economy, culture or progress. Yet, to whom does this value belong and how can it be ensured that more value is created than destroyed? Contemporary China is a laboratory of urbanism drawing from the blueprints of rural collectives, millennia-old urban bureaucracies and Western capitalism. Jiang Jun spent years studying its many varieties conjured up by an accelerated process of copying and transformation..

In the context of Salon Suisse 2014, a collateral event on the occasion of the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia curated by Hiromi Hosoya and Markus Schaefer