Living in Seefeld in Zurich
With the Villa Egli, the Hermann Haller studio and the Le Corbusier Pavilion, Seefeld offers a lot of culture in one location. In addition, the city is expanding the area around the Höschgasse to a meeting place to create a museum district. For this purpose, individual garden elements are being restored and creating new seating areas. Even today, the neighbourhood is absolutely worth seeing. In the summer, the studio Hermann Haller gives a free insight into the work and activities of the Swiss sculptor who died in 1950. The Villa Egli is a dream location, right on the lake next to the Chinagarten. It is decorated by extraordinary craftsmanship and is, therefore, a protected monument. The Le Corbusier Pavilion was created by the artist of the same name, one of the most important Swiss artists of the last century. The colourful, filigree building is regarded worldwide as an architectural masterpiece and is one of the most famous sights in Zurich.