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Lecture series: Günther Vogt
DATEJan 30 2017 - 6:30pm
Paul Sangha Lecture
Vogt Landscape Architects, Zurich, Switzerland
Swiss landscape architect, Günther Vogt, founded Vogt Landschape Architects in late 2000. He became internationally known for projects such as the outdoor spaces of the Tate Gallery of Modern Art and the Munich soccer stadium, the Masoala Rainforest Hall at the Zurich zoo, as well as a number of smaller projects across Europe.
Günther has collaborated with leading engineers, architects, artists, and other specialists, including ARUP, Herzog & de Meuron, and Peter Zumthor. He has been teaching at ETH Zurich since 2005.