© Hannes Henz

Waste Incineration Facility and Powerstation Forsthaus // Graber Pulver Architekten

Bern, Switzerland

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Resembling a container ship anchored at harbor, the new building of the EZF is placed on the outskirts of Bern / To accommodate future changes in the process technology, the construction of the building needs to be durable and at the same time flexible / The base and waste bunker are made out of on-site concrete, the halls of the process technology are constructed as a tectonic shell out of pre-cast concrete elements / A 300m long public promenade leads along the side of the building / By allowing precise views into the process technology and its generous openings to the surrounding forest, the promenade establishes a relationship between “machine” and nature

© Georg Aerni

© Georg Aerni

© Georg Aerni

© Georg Aerni

Waste Incineration Facility and Powerstation Forsthaus Gallery

© ArchiWorkshop

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© Nefa Architects (Nefaresearch)

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Odintsovo, Russia

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