In Kriens, moving house was recently on the agenda. The first residents have taken possession of the modern apartment building at Obernaustrasse 28. You notice it as soon as you enter: Here, special attention was paid to the ambience. “Warm” oak wood meets “cold” exposed concrete: in the doors, the railings, the windows. The wood
Rural living close to nature in modern living space close to the city with plenty of privacy: this is what the Mättivor Schwyz development stands for. Not far from the historic center of Schwyz, 37 spacious condominiums with 3.5 to 6.5 rooms and 13 light-flooded villas with garden terraces will be built this summer. This
The FEBA company in Kägiswil manufactures window sills and facade components. The company’s employees need good lighting conditions in their work areas. HP Gasser AG was allowed to design and install two rooflights for the flat roof of the new company building. As a template, ridge elements consisting of approx. 40 individual glasses each with
The roof structure of the kindergarden in Riehen has it all: It is unequally inclined on all sides, like a pyramid whose peak has been trimmed with a slight slope. The task of HP Gasser AG was to design and install suitable roof lights for the trapezoidal openings. And all this without on-site dimensional control!
Why the frame does not play a secondary role in rooflights, and why the use of stepped glass and the element construction method pays off. Whether on a flat, pitched, monopitch or barrel roof, rooflights allow rooms to be flooded evenly with daylight. What I always notice during consultations is that it’s not so much