In Basel, you can't move for buildings by world-renowned architects – and there’s a new one almost every year. Herzog & de Meuron, Diener & Diener and Mario Botta are just a few of the famous architects whose works have enhanced Basel. Get hold of our architecture brochure and start discovering!
The BIS Tower is 69.5 metres high and was constructed by architect Martin Burckhardt between 1972 and 1977. It houses the head office of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).Details
The Goetheanum is situated in Dornach, around 10 kilometres outside the city centre. It serves as the head office and conference venue of the General Anthroposophical Society and boasts a distinctive shape, which has also inspired the architects of neighbouring buildings.Details