Half-timbered building. Built: after 1800. Architect: unknown. Purpose: bone-grinding plant (bonemeal was formerly used as fertilizer). Location: originally in the “Im Grund” district of Haselbach in Knonau, now at the Swiss Open-Air Museum Ballenberg.
Spruce timber construction with glass façade. Built: 2011 to 2013. Architect: Shigeru Ban. Purpose: workplace for 480 staff of the Tamedia Group. Location: Zurich, Aussersihl district.
Shingled house. Built: around 1800, rebuilt around 1860. Architect: unknown. Purpose: farm, now popular as a theater backdrop. Location: originally Escholzmatt, now at the Swiss Open-Air Museum Ballenberg.
Chesa Futura, larch-shingled house. Built: 2000 to 2004. Architect: Lord Norman Foster. Purpose: residential block with 10 apartments. Location: St. Moritz, behind Chantarella cable car base station.