The distinctive folds of Masonry Hall (Maurerhalle) in Basel form one of the world’s most elegant concrete origami. If beauty is reduction, the hall’s focus on concrete folds, glass and air serves it to you straight here. The monumental modernist monument is part of a cluster of four buildings that form The School of Art & General Trade campus. Originally built as a workshop space for masonry apprentices, today it serves as a lecture hall and multi-purpose studio facility. Architect Hermann Bauer aptly refers to his 1961 oeuvre as “utilitarian poetry”.
Format: A3, no white border, unframed
Paper: Sihl paper, colour, silk-mat, 135 gsm
Edition: 15, signed & numbered
Origin: designed in Zurich, printed in Germany
Style & Fit: the A3 format and bold, graphic style make a great statement piece for any kind of room.
Delivery: please allow us up to 10 business days for delivering art print orders in Switzerland and up to 15 business days for international orders. We will notify you as soon as your print is ready. It will be securely shipped in a sturdy cardboard envelope. Please note while shipping is on us, customs/VAT/sales charges may incur on international orders.
Deliveries within city of Zurich: personal delivery can be arranged. Please drop us a line in check-out. We will then get in touch with you to arrange a delivery date.
Returns: please note this option is not available for signed, limited edition prints. If your order arrives damaged, please take pictures of the damage and get in touch with us immediately. Please read our return policy for details.