Piz Terza Climbing Structure

“Piz Terza” is a 2-meter high climbing structure that commemorates the site of the first successful reintroduction of Alpine ibex in Switzerland. Participants can climb the structure as they contemplate humanity’s role in Alpine ibex history. Indigenous tree species, applied with laser cut stencils, adorn the sides.

Collaborator: Flavio Cahenzli

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