The Museum Liner Appenzell: Architecture and Design

The Museum Liner Appenzell is an intriguing form of linear architecture with its triangular roof pitches, large windows, and staggered heights. Set in a panoramic Swiss village, it's construction was completed in 1998. The monographic museum, designed by architects Michael Guyer and Annette Gigon, is dedicated to the work of Appenzell artist Carl August Liner … Continue reading The Museum Liner Appenzell: Architecture and Design