Vectorworks Firm Wins 2013 Building of the Year

Posted by Lindsay Sappington on 2/6/14 3:15 PM  |  1 min read time

The results are in, and the winner of the Swiss-Architects 2013 Building of the Year is Das Würth Haus (The Würth House) by architecture team Annette Gigon / Mike Guyer Architekten.

Würth Haus The Würth Haus overlooks Lake Constance for a stunning waterfront view. Photo courtesy of Thies Wachter.

Located between the shores of Lake Constance and Chur Street in Rorschach, Switzerland, this multifunctional building is home to the Würth Group, a world-leading manufacturer of assembly materials. The newly designed building totals 32,200 square meters and functions as an administration, training, and workout center, which includes offices, meeting rooms, and a congress hall with a lake view and café, which is open to the public. The outer layer of the building’s glass façade is composed of triple laminated safety glass with aluminum-threaded fabric that reflects the colors of the surrounding sky and the nearby lake. In addition, energy from the lake is used to heat and cool the building.

Learn more about Das Würth Haus by reading its original review on swiss-architects.com.

Topics: Architecture, Firm Profile, Swiss-Architects, The Würth House, Vectorworks, 2013 Building of the Year, Annette Gigon, Annette Gigon / Mike Guyer Architekten, Community, Das Würth House, Mike Guyer, Würth Group

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