Peter Märkli - Switzerland
While studying architecture at ETH Zurich from 1972 to 1977, Peter Märkli made acquaintance with the architect Rudolf Olgiati and the sculptor Hans Josephsohn.
Rudolf Olgiati strongly influenced the architecture of Peter Märkli, while many bronze sculptures of Hans Josephsohn adorn his buildings. In 1978 Peter Märkli founded
his own office in Zurich, often working together with the architect Gody Kühnis, for who he even designed a house. Peter Märkli became known to a wider public
through the design of the La-Congiunta Museum in Giornico for Josephson. Another of his better-known buildings is an office building for the Novartis Campus in Basel.
His apartment building for the PWG foundation in Zurich received the 2005 award for good buildings in Zurich. From 2003 to 2016 Peter Märkli taught at ETH Zurich.
1982 Two Houses - Trübbach / Azmoos
1983 Single-Family House (Hobi) - Sargans
1986 Apartment Building - Sargans
1988 Apartment Building - Trübbach
1995 Single-Family House (Gantenbein) - Grabs
1997 Single-Family House (Hürzeler) - Erlenbach
2000 Single-Family House (Märkli) - Azmoos
2004 Schoolhous "Im Birch" - Zürich
2005 Apartment Building Hohlstrasse - Zürich
2006 Novartis Campus Visitor Center - Basel
2008 Administrative Building Picassoplatz - Basel
2012 Apartment Building Cooperative "Im Gut" - Zürich
2013 Facade Renovation Commercial Building - Zürich
2014 Hotel Management School Belvoirpark - Zürich
2017 Apartment Building Güetliweg - Zürich-Oerlikon
2019 Apartment Building Manegg (Green City B1N) - Zürich