In 1940, some architects and art historians published an album with the title “Modern Swiss Architecture” which is about one single building from St.Gallen – an access balcony building designed by Moritz Hauser who had worked as an architect in St.Gallen and Zurich from 1933 onwards. St.Gallen had not been a leading player in the fields of economy and architecture in the 1930s. Within the Palace series “Our friends explain their findings” Nina Keel describes which of St.Gallen’s buildings were designed in the 1930s.
Palace, Blumenbergplatz, St.Gallen
Tuesday, 18th Februar 2020, 8:15 p.m.