The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is organising the Grand Morillon Student Residence’s open house on Saturday 19 June from 10:00-16:30.
The public is invited to discover, during guided or self-guided tours, a new type of student residence designed for academics by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.
Avant-garde in its design, this magnificent building offers an inspiring living environment, both through its architecture and its warm and luminous decoration, and its many common spaces.
During this student-led tour, you will discover, along a “carved” ascending promenade cut into the edifice (a gradual climb), the apartments, study rooms, multi-purpose amphitheatre, common kitchens, game and fitness rooms, the Shop, a café-restaurant, the large multi-purpose room, a panoramic terrace and meeting rooms.
- Guided visits in French will be held from 10:00-14:30
- Guided visits in English will be held from 11:00-15:30
- Unguided visits will be held from 12:00-14:00
Registration is required for all visits, as is wearing a mask.
The number of people allowed per visit will be based on recommendations from the Federal Council.
Deadline to register: Wednesday 16 June
More information on the Residence