St. Gallen is top.

The early industrialization of textile production has shaped St. Gallen. However, the monastery district protected by Unesco, the Baroque cathedral and the abbey library make the city as well known as its lace fabrics. How does the city continue to build tradition with this burden? How is it possible to develope density and transformation? Exciting solutions in the field of administration and school buildings arise from the continuation of tradition and the challenge of dealing with the topography and the integration of public transport.