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A Tropical House: The Embassy of Switzerland in New Delhi - Bruno Maurer, Bruno Maurer, Didier Burkhalter, Anupam Bansal, Linus von Castelmur, Ariel Huber, Ariel Huber, Marc Perrenoud, Arthur Rüegg, Walter Rüegg, Sara Zeller
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[SR: 774242], Taschenbuch, [EAN: 9783856763268], gta Verlag, gta Verlag, Book, [PU: gta Verlag], gta Verlag, The Swiss Embassy in New Delhi is the architectural symbol of a special political relationship. Switzerland recognized India immediately after it became independent in 1947, and in 1948 was the first country to sign a treaty of friendship and establishment with the young democracy. The new embassy building in the diplomatic district of Chanakyapuri was officially opened in 1963, in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Hans Hofmann (1897-1957) was directly commissioned to design the impressive building. With his experience in using the semantic potential of modern architecture to express 'Swissness' in large buildings, he enjoyed the reputation of being a national architect. His posthumously constructed embassy building in New Delhi is an outstanding example of prestige Swiss architecture in the twentieth century, but at the same time it also shows a deeper engagement with local cultural, constructional and climatic conditions. Against the background of today's 'global architecture', it is a model case., 1316649031, Öfffentliche Gebäude, Betriebs- & Industriesgebäude, 60359011, Gebäudetypen & Stile, 60357011, Architektur, 60447011, Architektur, Technik & Ingenieurswesen, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher

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[SR: 774242], Taschenbuch, [EAN: 9783856763268], gta Verlag, gta Verlag, Book, [PU: gta Verlag], gta Verlag, The Swiss Embassy in New Delhi is the architectural symbol of a special political relationship. Switzerland recognized India immediately after it became independent in 1947, and in 1948 was the first country to sign a treaty of friendship and establishment with the young democracy. The new embassy building in the diplomatic district of Chanakyapuri was officially opened in 1963, in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Hans Hofmann (1897-1957) was directly commissioned to design the impressive building. With his experience in using the semantic potential of modern architecture to express 'Swissness' in large buildings, he enjoyed the reputation of being a national architect. His posthumously constructed embassy building in New Delhi is an outstanding example of prestige Swiss architecture in the twentieth century, but at the same time it also shows a deeper engagement with local cultural, constructional and climatic conditions. Against the background of today's 'global architecture', it is a model case., 1316649031, Öfffentliche Gebäude, Betriebs- & Industriesgebäude, 60359011, Gebäudetypen & Stile, 60357011, Architektur, 60447011, Architektur, Technik & Ingenieurswesen, 54071011, Genres, 52044011, Fremdsprachige Bücher

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[ED: Buch], [PU: gta Verlag], Neuware - Die 1963 eröffnete Schweizerische Botschaft in Neu-Delhi gehört zu den prominenten Beispielen moderner Schweizer Repräsentationsarchitektur. Als bauliches Zeichen der politischen Freundschaft zwischen einer alten und einer jungen Demokratie zeugt der Bau Hans Hofmanns zugleich von der eingehenden Auseinandersetzung mit den kulturellen, bautechnischen und klimatischen Bedingungen Indiens. The Swiss Embassy in New Delhi is the architectural symbol of a special political relationship. Switzerland recognized India immediately after it became independent in 1947, and in 1948 was the first country to sign a treaty of friendship and establishment with the young democracy. The new embassy building in the diplomatic district of Chanakyapuri was officially opened in 1963, in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.Hans Hofmann (1897 1957) was directly commissioned to design the impressive building. With his experience in using the semantic potential of modern architecture to express Swissness in large buildings, he enjoyed the reputation of being a national architect. His posthumously constructed embassy building in New Delhi is an outstanding example of prestige Swiss architecture in the twentieth century, but at the same time it also shows a deeper engagement with local cultural, constructional and climatic conditions. Against the background of today s global architecture , it is a model case. -, [SC: 50.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, 315x225x23 mm, [GW: 1030g]

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[SR: 4859990], Paperback, [EAN: 9783856763268], gta publishers, gta publishers, Book, [PU: gta publishers], gta publishers, The Embassy of Switzerland that was opened in New Delhi in 1963 was designed to be both an architectural expression of Swiss diplomacy in India and a symbol of a special political friendship between an old democracy and a young one. Both the embassy building itself, designed by Hans Hofmann and Walter Rüegg, and the staff quarters designed by Achyut Kanvinde and Shauka Rai, display a deep engagement with local architectural and climatic conditions—a model case of how “global architecture” can work. This lavishly illustrated volume celebrates this Swiss-Indian collaboration on its fiftieth anniversary through plans, photographs, and essays.

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Building Swiss-Indian Relationships
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Bruno Maurer

Titel:

Building Swiss-Indian Relationships

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9783856763268

The Swiss Embassy in New Delhi is the architectural symbol of a special political relationship. Switzerland recognized India immediately after it became independent in 1947, and in 1948 was the first country to sign a treaty of friendship and establishment with the young democracy. The new embassy building in the diplomatic district of Chanakyapuri was officially opened in 1963, in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Hans Hofmann (1897-1957) was directly commissioned to design the impressive building. With his experience in using the semantic potential of modern architecture to express 'Swissness' in large buildings, he enjoyed the reputation of being a national architect. His posthumously constructed embassy building in New Delhi is an outstanding example of prestige Swiss architecture in the twentieth century, but at the same time it also shows a deeper engagement with local cultural, constructional and climatic conditions. Against the background of today's 'global architecture', it is a model case.

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