Gustav Gull – architect and visionary

Gustav Gull – Architekt und Visionär

Gustav Gull (1858 to 1942) was one of the most influential and important architects of Zurich City. He immortalised his legacy, among others, in the form of the State Museum, the Urania Observatory and the Town Hall. His vision of a "Big Zurich" has shaped the city image sustainably and impressively, even if he was unable to realise all of his plans.

Gustav Gull shaped the urban development of Zurich. His special interest was dedicated to the reconstruction of the main train station.


Gustav-Gull-Platz 5

8004 Zurich

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