SSEF

New location for the company SSEF (Swiss Gemmological Institute) with spacious state-of-the-art laboratories.

The company SSEF (Swiss Gemmological Institute) is a worldwide operating company, specialized in the analysis of gemstones and pearls. The expanding company needed more laboratory space and was able to more than double the area at its new location at Aeschengraben 26, near the SBB railway station.
 
Blaser architects built the new premises with laboratories, research, offices, administration and recreation areas on an area of 630 m2. Together with the client, the operating procedures were optimized and spatially implemented. Thus a spacious state-of-the-art laboratory was created on the first floor of the office building.

Projektinformationen

Location

Basel

Comission

Architect

Client

SSEF Stiftung Schweizerisches Gemmologisches Institut

Status

Completed

Duration

01.2014 – 12.2014

334 days

Volume m3

2'855

gros floor area m2

900

net floor area m2

630

Photography

Michael Fritschi

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