I and not heard about Eduard Neuenschwander before finding these images but it seems he belongs to one of the most important exponents of the modernist era in Switzerland. Born in Zurich in 1924, his work is part landscaping and part architecture but also integrates other disciplines such as archaeology in his work. Following his architectural studies in 1950 in Zurich, Neuenschwander worked in the office of Alvar Aalto in Helsinki. There is not a site linked to his complete work but his son seems to haven taken over the legacy at Atelier Neuenschwander.
This is already the second concrete home I am publishing in one month. It’s not that I’d like to live like this but as always I find it very interesting to observe what you could make out of materials that are probably not a 100% your style but with all these plants, wood and art pieces he made it a very unique home, and it’s great to look at it. This uniqueness is something I am missing lately on the net. Don’t you that same impression? This home belongs to the 60s yet it feels timeless with all the original mid-century pieces his architect and designer friends gave to him.
Which has been the last very unique interior design project you have found and loved? Would love to hear, add your link! G, x