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Old Posted Jun 5, 2012, 7:54 PM
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LAUSANNE | Prés-de-Vidy Complex | 5 x 15 fl | 3 x 12 fl | 2 x 10 fl | 1 x 8 fl

In south of the City, border the Leman lake (Geneva lake), will be built a football (soccer) stadium (15'000 places), an olympic cover swimming pool, and a complex of building (mixed workplace/housing).

The site is ideally served by a subway station, a highway, and bus lines. Near the University of Lausanne and the Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne (EPFL), and banks of Lake Geneva with its many green spaces.

Architect: GMP Architekten from Berlin and Jean-Baptiste Ferrari & Associés from Lausanne

Actually: preparation for construction sites (archaeological excavation)




From the north to south (lake and french Alps)


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Swimming pool


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Future of Prés-de-Vidy.
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200 homes
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Old Posted Jun 8, 2012, 9:55 PM
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Malley Star | 32 fl. | 112m/336ft



Architect: http://www.rougerie.com/11,1170.html

Beginning of construction as planed: 2012

Actually:
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EPFL Swiss Tech Convention Center

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Aquatis; May, 3. 2013



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