Broken Chair

Broken Chair

This monumental sculpture (12 metres high) was installed in the Place des Nations in August 1997, and is an appeal from the humanitarian organisation Handicap International, urging all nations to sign the Ottowa treaty (for the banning of landmines) immediately. more

CERN - Globe of Science and Innovation

CERN - Globe of Science and Innovation

Designed by Genevans T. Büchi and H. Dessimoz, the CERN Globe of Science and Innovation is as much a tribute to the Earth as it is a demonstration...more

Vacheron Constantin - watch and luxury item boutique

Vacheron...

It can be proved that Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watch...more

Broken Chair

This monumental sculpture (12 metres high) was installed in the Place des Nations in August 1997, and is an appeal from the humanitarian organisation Handicap International, urging all nations to sign the Ottowa treaty (for the banning of landmines) immediately.

This monumental sculpture (12 metres high) was installed in the Place des Nations in August 1997, and is an appeal from the humanitarian organisation Handicap International, urging all nations to sign the Ottowa treaty (for the banning of landmines) immediately.

CERN - Globe of Science and Innovation

Designed by Genevans T. Büchi and H. Dessimoz, the CERN Globe of Science and Innovation is as much a tribute to the Earth as it is a demonstration of human genius. A real showcase of carpentry skill, it pushes the limits of construction in wood.

Designed by Genevans T. Büchi and H. Dessimoz, the CERN Globe of Science and Innovation is as much a tribute to the Earth as it is a demonstration of human genius. A real showcase of carpentry skill, it pushes the limits of construction in wood.

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum

Emotion, discovery, reflection: the museum offers a unique experience looking at the history of humanitarian action.

Vacheron Constantin - watch and luxury item boutique

It can be proved that Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watch manufacturer in Switzerland. The clocks in the current collection are a homage to both founders, Jean Marc Vacheron (1731-1805) and Francois Constantin (1788-1854).

It can be proved that Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watch manufacturer in Switzerland.