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Successes by members of Institute of Architecture and Planning

Planning lecturers Philip Lutz, Robert Fabach and Urs Meister have won the ‘Best Architects 16’ award; in addition, Bernardo Bader was successful in the golf clubhouse competition in Bad Ragaz, and student Dominic Lüftenegger was awarded the Fohn Scholarship for his Master’s thesis.  


Planning lecturers Philip Lutz, Robert Fabach and Urs Meister have won the ‘Best Architects 16’ award; in addition, Bernardo Bader was successful in the golf clubhouse competition in Bad Ragaz, and student Dominic Lüftenegger was awarded the Fohn Scholarship for his Master’s thesis.  

Dominic Lüftenegger, who has just concluded his Master’s degree in Architecture at the University of Liechtenstein, won the Fohn Scholarship for his thesis. The scholarship sponsors exceptionally gifted German-speaking students from Austria and South Tyrol, and is designed to make it possible for them to continue their studies in Austria or abroad.  

Bernardo Bader has just won the competition for the new golf clubhouse and events centre of the Grand Resort in Bad Ragaz. A total of 14 architectural offices from Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Austria were invited to take part in the two-phase competition. The new clubhouse should be completed by 2017. 
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Likewise in June, the Planning lecturers Philip Lutz, Robert Fabach and Professor Urs Meister, along with their offices, received the ‘Best Architects 2016’ award. In addition to this, a gold prize was awarded to the project of Robert Fabach of the raumhochrosen architectural firm in Bregenz.

Information on the projects:

Philip Lutz > Vineyard Högl, Wachau
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Robert Fabach > "Tom’s Hütte"
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Urs Meister > Conversion of the multifamily residence at the Eisengasse, Zürich
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