Expo 2025: Spirit of Innovation at the Swiss Pavilion in Osaka
Spherical spheres will form the Swiss pavilion “LA SUISSE ENCHANTÉE” at Expo 2025 and represent an example of sustainable architecture. With a lot of Expo experience and innovative ideas, NUSSLI is realizing the planned lightest pavilion of the Expo together with Manuel Herz Architekten and BELLPRAT PARTNER on behalf of Presence Switzerland.
Football Stadium Becomes Handball World Championship Arena
For the Men's Handball World Championship 2023, Stockholm's Tele2 Arena was transformed into a huge handball arena with 22,000 spectator seats. With a temporary grandstand, event construction specialist NUSSLI created a perfectly fitting World Cup arena with an immediate match feeling in the stadium.
Foundation of the Stadium Group: Stadiongruppe
Foundation of the Stadium Group - the competence center for stadium projects. Together with the following specialized Swiss companies, NUSSLI is part of the group.
5 BrandEx Awards for Expo Pavilions!
This is how the year can start! On the evening of January 10, 2023, this year's BrandEx Award took place in Dortmund, honoring the best projects in the fields of live marketing and brand architecture. With the Expo Pavilions of Kazakhstan and Monaco, NUSSLI won 3x gold and 2x bronze.
The first eight-segment sports hall in Europe
Many sports halls can be divided into three, four, five or even six hall segments. Eight, on the other hand, are exceptional. Europe's first eight-segment gymnasium is now being built in Monheim am Rhein. Construction will begin in the spring of 2023 with NUSSLI as total contractor.
What a festival! Big Air Festival Chur 2022
The best freeskiers and snowboarders in the world on the Big Air, music greats like Deichkind, Kraftklub, Busta Rhymes on stage and an exuberant audience - that was Big Air Festival in Chur!
Big Air Festival Chur 2022 - The Kick for Flights of Fancy
Once again, the freeski and snowboard world looked to Chur. And everything was centered around the 140 m long and 40 m high ramp, which kicks freeskiers and snowboarders up to 24 m into the air. On the stage next to it, Deichkind, Kraftklub, Busta Rhymes and other acts heated up the audience. NUSSLI planned and constructed the ramp, the music stage and other festival infrastructures for the event in October at the Obere Au sports complex in Chur.
Sustainability in Stadium Construction
"White Elephants" are the names given to sports venues that are left as ghost towns after their use. Why? Because they were often planned for just one event and are completely oversized for the subsequent use of the local population, as no thought was given to further use or deconstruction. With the "National Athletics Center" for the IAAF World Championships in Athletics 2023 in Budapest, NAPUR Architekten and NUSSLI show that modern stadium construction can function differently today – with foresight and sustainability.