Architecture — Chocolate Museum in Kilchberg

This is our proposal for a 34,000 m2 Chocolate Museum and Factory for Lindt in Kilchberg, near Zurich. We expand the original headquarters of this old established chocolate factory by adding a new building that would enable visitors to experience the company’s traditions and history. This new addition includes both a factory and a museum that operate synergistically: visitors travel along a route with multiple points of visual connection to the factory, but without interfering with the century-old chocolate manufacturing process.

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 The Chocolate Museum and Factory was designed while I was at EM2N Architekten in collaboration with Andri Andreson, Fabian Hörmann, Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli, David Schildberger and Sizhou Yang. Image production was done in together with Luxigon. Our proposal for the Basel aquarium competition was awarded the 4th Prize. Check out the  project publication in Afasia .

The Chocolate Museum and Factory was designed while I was at EM2N Architekten in collaboration with Andri Andreson, Fabian Hörmann, Mathias Müller, Daniel Niggli, David Schildberger and Sizhou Yang. Image production was done in together with Luxigon. Our proposal for the Basel aquarium competition was awarded the 4th Prize. Check out the project publication in Afasia.