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On September 27, 2020, the voters of Zug approved the project loan to construct a new recycling center in the Göbli area by over 88 percent. Construction work has now begun: The City of Zug as the developer and the future users - the Brockenhaus of the Frauenzentrale and the Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft Zug - jointly celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony for the new building on March 9, 2021. The new recycling center will be ready for use in autumn 2022 (image: Stefan Kaiser, Zug).
Today, in the bright sunshine, we were led through the EPI site in Zürich's Lengg district. Together with Ganz Landschaftsarchitekten, we are one of three teams commissioned to develop a testing design concept for the entire area. We are looking forward to this task!
In the coming weeks, the sale of apartments and terraced houses at Klosterstrasse 9 in Griessen will start. Check out some of the visualisations created for this purpose on our website. We are looking forward to continuing work on the construction project.
Michael Wagner, together with Miriam Jack (architecture) and Raphael Gloor (landscape), was a member of the jury for the selective project competition on the replacement of a residential building at Mühlehaldenstrasse in Dietikon (ZH) on behalf of the Dietikon Protestant Church.
Michael Wagner gave a one-day workshop on 'Regenerative Landscapes' as an external lecturer at the Institute of Architecture and Spatial Development at the University of Liechtenstein for the students of Vera Kaps' and Urs Egg's Advanced Studio Landscape. Many thanks for the invitation!
It is with great pleasure that we have already received the building permit for the recycling center in Zug and we look forward to continuing our work with the planning team.
This week, Michael Wagner was a guest critic in the master studio of Thomas Hildebrand (hildebrand.ch) and Peter Jenni (jenniarchitektur.ch) at the ZHAW Urban Landscape Institute. It was an inspiring day with the students and the other invited guest critics Oliver Strässle (Stadtraum und Architektur, Amt für Städtebau Winterthur), Regula Iseli (architect, lecturer and head of the Institute Urban Landscape ZHAW) and Ruedi Häfliger (traffic engineer, lecturer at the Institute Urban Landscape ZHAW). Many thanks for the invitation.