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Existing building upgraded with glass-fiber-reinforced concrete façade

Migros is the largest Swiss retailer; the company operates not only super- and hypermarkets but also power stores and restaurants. The premises at Löwenstrasse in Zurich are situated immediately adjacent to Zurich Main Station and the upmarket Bahnhofstrasse. Opened in 1983, this store has not been reconstructed ever since, which resulted in a certain 1980 s appeal emanating from the building. Management thus favored a comprehensive reconstruction to change this situation and to lend a new appearance to the store. Within a period of eleven months, the building was gutted and redesigned...

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