The long three-story building on Attenhoferstrasse is subtly set back from the street line.

It ducks down with a visually flat attic that folds out into terraces at the ends of the building, thus making reference to the landmarked Lux Guyer building that crowns the adjacent historic street corner with Zürichbergstrasse. In addition to a confident natural stone facade that emphasizes the volumetric clarity of the structure, rounded bronze balconies and metalwork distinguish the symmetrically designed facade with centrally placed entrance area. The garden apartments receive additional private garden entrances, which are united by a circumferential hedge band.

At the rear of the structure, the building is again interlocked with the garden environment and a higher jamb wall in the attic allows for generosity in the floor plan design. The garden apartments are designed as crossed maisonettes, which are interspersed throughout the building. This results in a versatile mix of private bedrooms and outward-facing living areas. The two symmetrical top floors each house two spacious apartments that blend generosity and intimacy into one whole with clever floor plan solutions.

The penthouses will each have an additional private roof terrace.

Benjamin Hauser

Symphony 11, Zurich

Location: Attenhoferstrasse 11, 8032 Zurich
Residential units: 8 units
Property type: Condomium ownership
Apartment sizes: 4.5–5.5 rooms / 140–180 m²
Status: Under construction
Occupancy date: Spring 2024
Client: XANIA
Architecture: HDPF
Sales: WALDE

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