The new logo, developed by graphic designers Schätti und Lehmann, faintly resembles the very first logo of the company, whose employees are still called ‘Stüchelis’ to this day. ‘A logo that gives us a bewitching sense of familiarity on the first – as well as second and third glance – which is exactly what we aim for with our construction projects,’ said Glaus.
The firm’s buildings are never erected merely for their own sake, but always as a context for creating experiences and stories. As a result, the anniversary publication is not a traditional architecture book, but rather a story as it could have unfolded in some of Stücheli’s buildings. Because this story is somewhat complex, Kommissar Meier, alias Matthias Gnehm took over at this point to present the latest findings of his investigations in vociferous, action-packed style.
‘Imagine the possibilities with us Stüchelis,’ Glaus then concluded, giving the guests food for thought before they set off.