Balade Moderne

Client: Ville en tête
Publication: Posters, Cards
Content: Illustration

In the 1960s, architects in Lausanne started to use concrete in new and exciting ways, building structrues with organic forms. For the Expo64, Max Bill built a theater based on a strict grid with a simple metal structure.
To explain how they were built and how they integrate in the urban tissue, Ville en tête organised walks in Lausanne to visit some of those buildings and and appreciate those sometimes hidden gems.


Aula des Cèdres animation

Piscine de Bellerive

Théâtre de Vidy

La Vaudoise



Aula des Cèdres

Théâtre de Vidy.