The new Holzbau AG Lungern is breaking new ground in order to establish customer contacts. Last week it invited potential business partners to the Swiss Embassy in London. Her goal: to double the export share.
The construction of the new cable car on the Kleine Matterhorn is a project of superlatives. Per hour it transports 2000 guests – in just nine minutes – from the valley station “Trockener Steg” to the “Glacier Paradise”, the highest mountain railway station in Europe at 3883 metres above sea level. Last Saturday the “Matterhorn Glacier Ride” was inaugurated.
To promote another product with his name, Roger Federer recently visited the Bürgenstock. The resulting advertising clip shows the tennis star staying at the hotel resort.
The short film of the Luzerner Zeitung here.
Brochure Forum HWS (german)
An example of Timto is a medical practice in Root LU, which was set up at the beginning of the year. Further projects are currently in production. Timto AG will reduce the production time to three months in the next few years.
Further information can be found at www.timto.ch.
Pictures: temporary medical practice in Root/Lu
Here is a video with 500% acceleration: Module construction timto
While the EU and the UK are arguing about the modalities of the exit, Swiss companies are positioning themselves to do business in the English market. The neue Holzbau AG, Lungern, has been operating in the United Kingdom for years and is looking confidently into the future.
On September 25, 2018, together with our sister company NH Akustik + Design AG, our advertising medium Matthias Glarner, and our partner company Röthlisberger AG, we will go to the Swiss Embassy in London. Under the title: “A king goes to the queen” we invite architects, designers, planners and engineers to a Wood Innovation Day.
Further information will follow from 19.07.18 on our homepage and the social media channels. [Read more…]
which offers a clear view of the surroundings in every direction. The stone floors consist of Reusskies from Uri, the architects used white fir from the Napf region as wood. “«Longevity
and value of the materials were very important to us,” says Lischer.
Over time, the façade wood should get a patina like a normal wooden house and darken so that it fits even better into its surroundings.
The whole NZZ report here.
Source: Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 30 June 2018