Caruso St John’s scheme for Escher-Wyss Platz, Zurich

Restaurant and kiosk: suspended lights will glow red when the restaurant is open.

Caruso St John, working with German artist Thomas Demand on two buildings for a public square in Zurich, makes a quietly political point about the human costs of regeneration, based on China’s infamous ’Nail House’

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