What does an architectural guide look like in an age when the world’s knowledge is carried around in small devices in your pocket? The second edition of the Guide to Buildings in Zug, documenting a century of planning and construction in the canton, provides an answer: It is a large, 300-page illustrated volume that is dedicated not only to the architecture, but also to questions of spatial and landscape planning. Packed with images, the architectural guide is intended for the coffee tables of a wider audience, rather than the library.
Published by: Architekturforum Zug
Articles: Inge Beckel, Pius Sidler, Sabine Windlin