Name: Janus • Year: 2007 • Architect: MLZD • Location: Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland • Description: "In addition to establishing a more intuitive layout, the design seeks to lend a new exterior identity to the museum with a bronze perforated facade that folds between two historic structures." — "Janus", iGNANT (Retrieved: 15 May, 2012) Facades, Old Buildings, Architects, Metals, Municipal Museums, Rapperswil Jonas, Zurich Switzerland, Architecture, Design
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As the first joint project of Rapperswil and Jona in Switzerland, symbolically announcing the merging of the two towns, Janus Project transforms the existing museum premises into a publicly significant stopping point. The project was designed by :mlzd Architects. It won the competition for the renewal and restructuring of the Rapperswil-Jona Municipal Museum, held in 2007.
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