Confignon School, 3rd prize

FHV wins the 3rd Prize for the secondary school in Confignon (GE). The school includes classrooms and equipement for 1400 students.

Bois-Gentil Housing, 1st Prize

FHV wins the first prize for the  housing competition in Lausanne for the cooperative Logement Idéal. The project includes 46 housing units of which 8 are duplex appartements.

Neues Luzerner Theater, 2nd Prize

FHV wins the 2nd Prize in the open competition for the new Theater of Luzern.

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Best Architects 2023

Boveresses housing published on the bestarchitects 2023 winners book. bestarchitectes2023

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arc award mag 2022

Boveresses housing published in the arc award magazine 2022. Arc Award 2022

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Boveresses Housing wins Best Architects 2023 Award

The housing project Boveresses wins the Best Architects 2023 award in the category residential building.

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Housing BG Süd-Ost, Zurich, plot B15, 5th Prize, plot B18, 1st Prize

FHV wins the fifth prize for B15 and the first prize for B18 in the housing competition for the Baugenossenschaft Süd-Ost in Zurich-Affolten.

Swiss Residence in Wallpaper Magazine

Located on a tree-lined street in the Lomas de Chapultepec neighbourhood of Mexico City, this striking, monolithic concrete design is the Swiss Ambassador’s Residence in Mexico. The majestic – if somewhat enigmatic – volume has recently been renovated and redesigned by Lausanne-based architects Fruehauf, Henry & Viladoms (FHV) and Mexico City studio Blancasmoran. The urban retreat’s minimalist architecture takes its cues from the topography and residential identity of the site and the wider area. 
Ellie Stathaki, Wallpaper Magazine

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Swiss Residence in Dezeen

Black granite, terrazzo, and concrete all contrast the lush vegetation at this compound on Mexico City's elite Paseo de la Reforma, which houses the official residence of the Swiss Ambassador to Mexico.The residence of the Swiss Ambassador in Mexico City was comprehensively renovated by Swiss studio Fruehauf, Henry & Viladoms (FHV) in collaboration with local architects Blancasmoran. Originally built in 1952, the property no longer met the functional, security, and seismic requirements of the residence.
James Brillon, Dezeen

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Boveresses Housing in werk bauen+wohnen 10-2021

werk, bauen+wohnen 10-2021. Lausanne a city on the move. In a 1970s development in the north of the city, Fruehauf, Henry & Viladoms have intelligently added 60 new apartments to an existing development. The building creates a new center in the neighborhood.  Yves Dreier, Werk, bauen+wohnen

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Swiss Residence wins Best Architects 2022 Award

The Swiss residence in Mexico City wins the Best Architects award in the category residential single family house.

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Grands-Marais penitentiary establishement, 3rd prize

The "Ringo Starr" proposal takes the decision to group all the administrative and workshop activities in seven autonomous buildings on the ground and all the private spaces, the cells and their common services, distributed in the sky in a single ring floating over the whole. This distribution between a world "below" Intramuros and a world "above" extramuros is an invention, in section, skilful to distribute a complex program and, innovative among the usual typologies of prison.
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Lecture at the Catedra Dieguez, Buenos Aires

FHV presents their main projects focusing on the importance of the urban implantation and the fundamental role of the empty space generated by the built volume.

Catedra Dieguez
Charité Campus entrance, Berlin, 1st prize

The building is intended to appear as an abstract sculpture and deliberately wants to remain without scale. The brick facade, which is typical for the Charité campus accentuates the abstract perception. The longitudinal implantation of the building liberates a pedestrian way and creates a new entrance to the campus.

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Hautrive bridge, Fribourg, 3rd prize

By presenting the deployment of a horizontal "road ribbon" in the form of a mixed steel-concrete deck with a metal box, the author of the  of the "andersen" project has chosen a simple and discreet architectural expression, with the objective of integrating it serenely into the landscape of the Sarine.  The jury appreciates the modesty of the proposal  which highlights the surrounding landscape qualities of the site without standing out.
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180 units housing project, 1st Prize

FHV wins competition for 180 housing units project in the Zurich region. The quality of the urban proposal combined with the audacious typologies have convinced the jury.

Lecture at the Buenos Aires architecture Biennial 2019

FHV presents the latest projects at the Architecture Biennial of Buenos Aires Argentina.

Buenos Aires architecture Biennial