Museum of Design Zurich
Museum of Design Zurich © ZHdk/Museum für Gestaltung Zürich
Known for sophisticated designs such as the internationally recognised symbol of the Red Cross, it is no wonder that Switzerland has a museum dedicated solely to design. With three separate collections, visitors can indulge in the modish designs of the Poster Collection, Design Collection and Graphic Collection, spanning the past century or visit one of the temporary exhibits where works of acclaimed industrial designers, photographers, graphic artists and architects are regularly shown. Designed by the progressive Swiss architects Adolf Steger and Karl Egender as a Functionalist manifesto, the Museum of Design Zurich is a great example of modern architecture in Switzerland and is a gallery not to be missed.
Address: Ausstellungsstrasse 60
Telephone: 043 446 6767
Transport: Tram 4 or 13 to tram stop Museum Gestaltung or five minute walk from Zurich main station
Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm, Wednesday 10am to 8pm
Admission: Sfr9 (adults), Sfr6 (concessions)