Peter Zumthor  

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Peter Zumthor (born 26 April 1943) is a Swiss architect and winner of the 2009 Pritzker Prize.

Principal works

  • 1983 Elementary school Churwalden, Churwalden, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1983 House Räth, Haldenstein, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1986 Shelters for Roman archaeological site, Chur, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1986 Atelier Zumthor, Haldenstein, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1989 Saint Benedict Chapel, Sumvitg, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1990 Art Museum Chur, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1993 Residential home for the elderly, Masans, Chur, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1994 Gugalun House, Versam, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1996 Spittelhof housing, Biel-Benken, Basel, Switzerland.
  • 1996 Therme Vals, Vals, Graubünden, Switzerland.
  • 1997 Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Vorarlberg, Austria.
  • 1997 Topography of Terror, International Exhibition and Documentation Centre, Berlin, Germany, partly built, abandoned, demolished in 2004.
  • 1997-2000 Swiss Pavilion EXPO 2000, Hannover, Germany.
  • 1997 Villa in Küsnacht am Zürichsee Küsnacht, Switzerland.
  • 1997 Lichtforum Zumtobel Staff, Zürich, Switzerland.
  • 1999 Cloud Rock Wilderness Lodge, Moab, Utah, United States.
  • 2007 Bruder Klaus Kapelle, Mechernich-Wachendorf, Germany.
  • 2007 Kolumba - Erzbischöfliches Diözesanmuseum, Cologne, Germany.
  • 2011 Steilneset Memorial for the Victims of the Witch Trials, Vardø, Norway
  • 2011 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, England

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