Cinq Stèles / Rämibühl

François Stahly

Photography Etienne Revault

Throughout his career, enigmatic German-French sculptor François Stahly completed both private and public commissions. He is known for theorising the importance of public sculptures within urban environements. Built between 1973 and 1975 and made of Iranian soraya marble, the present sculptures are entitled Cinq Stèles or Rämibül due to its geographical location. The piece is situated in the park of the Kantonsschule Rämibühl, a now listed college on the outskirts of Zurich, Switzerland buit by architects Heribert Stadlin and Otto Glaus.


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