From the age of 15. December, controls the bus 165 from Zurich bürkliplatz on a new goal: "Lindt & Sprüngli" is the name of the renamed station, on the banks of the lake in Kilchberg, and from next spring there year 350'000 visitors are expected. Then, the chocolate manufacturer, opened a new tourist attraction, the "Home of Chocolate". It is a striking 100-million-franc building, designed by architects Christ and Gantenbein, with the extension for the national Museum is famous for. He stands behind the well-known factory at the Seestrasse.
The architect together with the client, Ernst Tanner, and a representative of the General contractor in front of the entrance portal. Image: PPR/Lindt & Sprüngli
After nearly three years of construction, the new chocolate temple is created now, as the "Zürichsee-Zeitung" reported. Only the interior is missing. If in may for the doors to open, expect the visitors there, among other things, a multi-media exhibition, a show production, a huge chocolate shop, a Café and a place for chocolate courses.
How should it look in the Foyer in a couple of months, who is the interior finish. Visualization: PPR/Lindt & Spruengli i
Not for tourists, but for professionals, a research facility is directed at, which is also located in the building. There will be tinkering on new developments. Due to the expected audience numbers of around a thousand guests in a day is not renamed, only the bus stop: On the Seestrasse there is not an additional lane, so that there is a backlog of visitors who are travelling in the car.
Created: 27.11.2019, 12:22 PM