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NÜSSLI Ballon

September 2016

Ballontaufe und Jungfernfahrt des NÜSSLI Ballons am Jubiläumswochenende.

NÜSSLI - 75 Jahre Leidenschaft für Temporärbau

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Impressive track of Red Bull Crashed Ice 2016 Munich

February 2016

The Olympia Park in Munich hosted the Red Bull Crashed Ice for the third time. The Ice Cross Downhill World Series made a phenomenal comeback in 2016 with the most impressive track yet in the 16-year history of the Red Bull Crashed Ice competition: Along a length of 470 meters, a height difference of 55 meters, and technically challenging chicanes and obstacles, the athletes reached a top speed of more than 50 km/h. Topping it all off at the end is the largest jump that had ever been built on ice.

Contracted by Red Bull Germany, NUSSLI built the entire track from the "Olympic Mountain" to the Olympic Lake. A full 4,000 square meters of the structures built on water — including the finishing straight. Naturally, NUSSLI also thought of the loyal Ice Cross Downhill fans: It built a grandstand along the track with space for approx. 4,650 spectators.

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3rd FINA High Diving World Cup, Abu Dhabi 2016

April 2016

The High Diving World Cup competition took place for the third time from February 27 to 29. This time, the athletes travelled to Abu Dhabi to dive into the depths from dizzying heights of 20 and 27 meters. This was the third time that NUSSLI built the platforms for the daredevil dives.

Following the World Championship in Barcelona and the World Cup in Kazan, NUSSLI undertook construction of the diving platform for the 2016 High Diving World Cup directly in the eight-meter-deep waters of the Abu Dhabi bay. To accomplish this, the NUSSLI assembly technicians, just like the athletes, needed to have a head for heights. At the end of a 14-day construction period, the crew mounted the last system element of the diving platform at a height of 27 meters.

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Temporary Theater "Cube"

March 2016

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Museum Tropenhaus Frutigen

May 2016

Die Erlebnisausstellung „Wie der Fisch auf den Berg kam“ im Tropenhaus Frutigen bringt in den drei Bereichen Unterwasserwelt, Labor und Berg den Zusammenhang zwischen den Themen Wasser, Kaviar, Genuss und Energie und den 80‘000 sibirischen Stören zum Ausdruck, die derzeit in der eigenen Frutiger Zucht leben. Intuitiv wählen sich die Besucher ihren eigenen Weg durch die Ausstellung und informieren sich an den 80 zum Teil interaktiven Objekten sowie mittels Audioguide und via Tropenhaus-App.

NÜSSLI wurde damit beauftragt, die Ausstellung auf 500 Quadratmetern Fläche nach dem Konzept von T_Raumfahrt baulich umzusetzen. Die Umsetzung beinhaltete neben der Produktion und Montage auch die Ausführungs- und Werkplanung.

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AVP Beach Volleyball World Tour - Huntington Beach 2016

November 2016

Impressions of the AVP Beach Volleyball World Tour in Huntington Beach, where NUSSLI construction the temporary Beach Volleyball area and event structures.

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Longines Global Champions Tour 2016 Mexico City

November 2016

Short video documentation about the NUSSLI building process of the Longines Global Champions Tour 2016 in Mexico City.

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