Competition 1st place
The school campus of the Lyceum Alpinum, which is located on a hillside in Zuoz, is mainly characterised by the strongly dominant buildings of the architects Karl Gottlieb Koller and Nikolaus Hartmann, which were built between 1904 and 1914. From the 1950s onwards, the campus was extended to the west with further buildings. The newly planned extension further developed the school campus to the east. The concept was to continue to form an architectural unity of the campus and to integrate the extension into the existing building. The layout consists of a school building wing with 9 classrooms, a boarding school wing with 47 single and 9 double rooms, various recreation and service rooms and an extension with a terrace of the existing dining hall.
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