The hundredth fountain is the one in front of the Zürich Konservatorium Klassik und Jazz, in the Hirschengraben. It is a special dedication to my dear friend G., who very soon will pass in front of it almost everyday.
The one in the Stadelhofen Passage, a mini outdoors mall next to the Stadelhofen train station. Other than being a major transport node, Stadelhofen train station is better know for being the first big international commission of Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. I … Continue reading →
The one in at the beginning of Mühlebachstrasse, right next to Stadelhofen train station. Stadelhofen is busy transport node, serving those who live on the right side of Lake Zurich, also known as the Gold Coast. Stadelhofen is also known for being … Continue reading →
The one in the corner of Rämi- and Waldmannstrasse, better known as Waldmannbrunnen [Waldmann fountain]. It sits in an open park famous for its delightful flower beds, very close to Bellevue and Stadelhofen. If you walk into the neighbor post office, you can … Continue reading →
It has been a very cold weekend… This one is in Stadelhofenplatz, very close to the Opernhaus Zurich, and Bellevue, where the Zürchers congregate to celebrate main events. It is also close to Stadelhofen train station, designed by Spanish architect Santiago … Continue reading →