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Revitalisation in the spirit of the era

Renovation of the building from the 1960s was targeted at a careful revision of the building substance, transferring it to a contemporary appearance in the spirit of the era. The basic profile of the window front, as well as the casement rain guards, have been made in oak in keeping with the original. New, solid brass thresholds were cut in bi-coloured oak for the building’s outer door. The post panelling of the gym, made to measure, combines the individual window elements with motorised tilting wings. The sight window with a view of the swimming hall with its generous oak lining serves as a highlight. The nano-rosette 1900 was chosen with an eye to the smallest possible grip rosette.

Photo: Ruedi Walti, Basel

Project
Gym and swimming hall Vogelsang, Basel
Completion
2019-2020
Architect
MET Architects GmbH
Product
Wood windows, post-mullion, outer doors, inner wood linings, NANO-rosette 1900, concealed motors
Material
Oiled oak, 2-coloured, brass thresholds

Revitalisation in the spirit of the era

Renovation of the building from the 1960s was targeted at a careful revision of the building substance, transferring it to a contemporary appearance in the spirit of the era. The basic profile of the window front, as well as the casement rain guards, have been made in oak in keeping with the original. New, solid brass thresholds were cut in bi-coloured oak for the building’s outer door. The post panelling of the gym, made to measure, combines the individual window elements with motorised tilting wings. The sight window with a view of the swimming hall with its generous oak lining serves as a highlight. The nano-rosette 1900 was chosen with an eye to the smallest possible grip rosette.

Photo: Ruedi Walti, Basel

Project
Gym and swimming hall Vogelsang, Basel
Completion
2019-2020
Architect
MET Architects GmbH
Product
Wood windows, post-mullion, outer doors, inner wood linings, NANO-rosette 1900, concealed motors
Material
Oiled oak, 2-coloured, brass thresholds