- 25hours Hotel Langstrasse
After the opening of 25hours Hotel Zurich West, the second house of the hotel group opened its doors on 1 April, 2017.
- 25hours Hotel Zürich West
An elegant and colorful hotel from the pen of designer Alfredo Häberli.
If you love retro & vintage objects, 2punkt2 is a must.
The famous line, that connects the 4th and 5th District.
What used to be a local dive has been transformed into a bright and cheerful restaurant.
An uncomplicated mix of a café, bar and shop.
As a tailor devoted to his craft, he contrasts timeless cuts with intense colors or exceptional prints.
- Amok Männermodedesign CH
Fashions to suit men of any age – made in Switzerland.
- Andrea Hinnen
Andrea Hinnen lives and breathes textile design!
- Asandri Studio
“Travel through Life” with Asandri.
There’s no nicer way to spend Sunday afternoon than a picnic on the Bäckeranlage.
The first thing to catch your eye when you enter is the enormous mirror at the end of the room.
Since it opened, the Bebek is always packed to the last seat.
Beige is always in season!
Veronika Brusa is equally at home in fashion and art – making her designs both wearable and avant-garde.
- Bliss Modern Antiques + GreenStuff
Bliss stocks a generous 150 square metres of furniture, lamps and living accessories with a strong hint of nostalgia.
- Bogen F
Bogen F ceased to be an insider’s tip for music fans long ago.
Bogen33 offers a broad selection of vintage furniture from the 20th century.
It was high time that local hero, stylist & PR pro Branko B.
A trusted address for Zurich’s fashion & design aficionados.
This new concept store is focused entirely on African Living – with all its color and diversity.
- Cinchona Bar
The new Cinchona Bar at 25hours Hotel in Langstrasse is the perfect place to get away from it all.
You are on Cloud8 as soon as you walk into Claudia Stebler’s lovely shop for partner and wedding rings made of fair-trade gold.
- Coming Soon
Sooner or later, the destination of anyone who loves Vietnamese cuisine definitely has to be the restaurant Coming Soon.
- Coté West Living
The individual living style alive and kicking at Coté West never ceases to surprise.
At Christoph Züger’s leather workshop, genuine craftsmanship is still alive.
- Deflorin & Brun
Claudia Deflorin and Bruno Strüby design and tailor collections for men and women in their studio-cum-store.
In the small space of her store Kathrin Dieng and her team convey something far removed from our established ideas of fashion.
Say “Dings” in Zürich and it means one thing:
Waiting to be discovered by women with style & taste at Dotti’s Lovely Vintage + Labels are more than 40 different brands.
«Einzigart – selected design» gives you things you fall in love with because they’re the way they should be.
There are items of clothing we all need for every day and that see us through hot and cold days alike.
In her studio, Evelyne Meyer combines traditional goldsmith techniques with state-of-the-art craftsmanship.
- F+F Schule für Kunst und Design
Welcome to the runway for a career in fashion!
- Fabric Frontline
Fabric Frontline is Switzerland’s biggest luxury brand for high-quality accessories.
Awaiting customers at the incredibly beautiful Fabrikat shop are handcrafted products with timeless splendor.
City lifestyle, stylish understatement and sustainable values go hand in hand at Feinraus.
- Format + Souze
Format + Souze is where the collections of two Swiss labels come together.
- Frau Gerolds Garten
This fleck of green in the cityscape with its disused ship’s containers presents Zurich from its most attractive side.
- Freitag Flagship Store
A skyscraper of a slightly different kind and one of Zurich’s top attractions.
- Freitag Grüngasse
After years of development, the Freitag brothers have come up with yet another revolutionary product:
- Goldschmiede Lesunja
Lesunja craftfully combines classic design elements with stylish finesse.
Hardhof at Albisriederplatz is famous for their good old Swiss favourites.
It looks a bit like a relic from some long-gone Eastern Bloc era:
- Herman's Wohnzimmer
Home away from home in Zurich’s Chreis Cheib district.
Why go elsewhere when some of the best food available is just around the corner.
- Hochparterre Bücher
Let’s just forget the uninspired selection of books most shops stock and turn to a bookseller we can trust.
- Hotel Bar
Dimmed lights, cozy leather armchairs, elegant club tables.
- Houdini Kino/Bar
If you have a burning passion for captivating cinema, then you have to pay a visit to this film palace.
- Ida Gut
As a pioneer of the vibrant Zurich fashion scene, Ida Gut creates unmistakable clothing with style for everyday.
- Im Viadukt
Even though local and long-distance trains roll atop this shopping mile at cyberpeed, nobody will ever be left out at Im Viadukt.
- Impact Hub Zürich / Auer & Co
Welcome to the Impact Hub, where entrepreneurs, creatives and techies alike have rented a spot to put their heads together.
- J.B. Labat
There’s something brewing at the eponymous Brauerstrasse.
- John Baker
Bread made by John Baker is the finest, most crispy, freshest, most lovingly baked all over town.
An oasis at the heart of the 5th District.
- Juwelier Lesunja
Lesunja craftfully combines classic design elements with stylish finesse.
- Kafi für Dich
Here at this uncomplicated, laid-back oasis of wellbeing in the 4th District, everyone’s welcome – just no stress, please.
- Kalkbreite Optik
Everyone in search of eyewear far off the beaten track will find exactly what they are looking for at Kalkbreite Optik.
- Kästner's Söhne
Furniture designed to last for years.
- Kenner by Dominik Bachmann
Kenner is the men’s outfitter with everything a man needs to make an elegant appearance.
- Kevin In The Woods
«Kevin In The Woods» combines practicality and style whatever the weather.
- Kitchener Plus
A multifaceted selection from timeless fashion to Japanese ceramic and from playful to functional.
- Kleinbasel und Claudia Güdel
A double dose of reduction.
Komplementair has everything it takes to make a wardrobe complete.
- Kreis 4 Optik
Anyone looking for eyewear with a colourful past will find it at Kreis 4 Optik.
- Le Chef
By the moustache of the prophetess!
- Le Majordome
Each shoe is a little masterpiece which stands for a passion for craftsmanship and beauty.
Gaby Schmuklerski’s bags are light and waterproof, the designs smart, simple and sophisticated.
- Les Halles Take Away Market
A Bistro, an indoor market, a takeaway restaurant, bakery and bike market – all under one roof!
- Lily's Factory
The clear-cut concept is obvious not only from the atmosphere but also from the freshly prepared dishes.
- Lily's Original
Lily’s has been Zurich’s premier no-frills Asian eatery since it opened in 1999.
- Little Company
The target group may be little, but the selection is that much larger!
Once a brewery, today a hotspot for contemporary art.
- Lux Plus
One-of-a-kind throughout Switzerland, the Lux Plus boutique offers an unequaled eclectic mix of vintage & new.
- Mad Avenue
Mad Avenue is more than a hairdressing salon:
- Maison Blunt
Up front there’s a restaurant with simple wooden tables and chairs, out back a Moroccan lounge with cushions:
- Making Little Things
Fashion for the little ones.
- Making Things Women
A carefully selected product mix of fairly produced clothing and original accessories from Swiss or international labels.
- Mario Puntillo Bekleidung
Craftsmanship is design.
- Markant + Nanu
A harmonious combination of clear-cut lines, discreet details and elegant, about-town designs with unusual fabrics.
- Medien Form Farbe
The future needs forming.
Minimöbl makes a kid’s room fun!
- Museum für Gestaltung
Discover high-quality design items with scarcity value and a carefully selected choice of design classics.
Handcrafted spectacles made of state-of-the-art materials.
- Nico Heilmann Lichtobjekte
At his studio and showroom, lighting and industrial designer Nico Heilmann channels all his passion into the creation of lighting elements.
- Nude Attitude
Where sustainability is pure beauty.
This store is a treasure-trove of furniture that lives and breathes history.
- Olé Olé Bar
Stepping out until deep into the night, evening for evening, is a unique blend of happy guests.
Opia inspires fashion addicts with unique international brands.
A public, open green space that includes a pavilion and playground.
- Projekt Ponicanova
Textile designer Zuzana Ponicanova has a passion for materials and creates nonconformist clothing.
Delicious gyûdon, onigiri and miso soups along with a selection of beer and sake straight from Nippon
- Qwstion Invites
The best solutions always result from good questions.
If RecRec were at home in New York, it would be a magnet for music buffs worldwide.
- Restaurant Markthalle
Market-fresh cuisine is literally what it’s all about here.
- Restaurant Viadukt
At Restaurant Viadukt the focus is on light, innovative and naturally seasonal cuisine.
- Riffraff Kino/Bar/Bistro
Riffraff has four screens, a bistro and an edgy bar.
- Risa Shop
Young hatter Julian Huber revived Switzerland’s last hat manufacturer Risa, founded in 1919.
Dining like at Nonna's in Rome!
Sato is best described with the word home.
Saus&Braus has been a platform for small labels for more than 20 years.
High-quality niche products that are well worth discovering.
- Schweizerische Textilfachschule
The STF is a college specializing in fashion, textiles and business management.
- Sec52 – Die Buchhandlung
Sec52 is a paradise of the printed word and a desert island for stranded readers.
- Shuala – Makes My Day
“The best little design label between London and Tokyo.”
This very special store for household goods is known for its high-quality products.
After making her mark on the Swiss fashion scene for years with paradis des innocents, Simone Klemm now has a brand new bag with Simpelthen.
Resins get your creativity flowing.
Sitio stands for a creative philosophy in which design, art and craft are a unity.
- So Pizza
Pizza and salad never tasted so good!
Soeder* is a department store en miniature with a wide range of must-haves.
- Sogar Theater
It may be small, but you’d need to look long and hard to find a theatre company as big on performance as this one.
Feel like getting away from everyday stress for a little blissful relaxation?
Inspired by the team’s favourite cities, Street-Files goes for timeless, no-frills looks from avant-garde brands.
- Street-Files Studio
Nothing’s as inspiring as fashion straight from the streets.
- Svitalia, Design, And
Svitalia is the combination of Svizzera & Italia and stands for the design and manufacture of high-quality designer products.
- Tarzan Flagship Store
It’s all over the bush telegraph that Tarzan does his own collection in 100% organically cultivated and certified cotton.
- The Chair
The Chair is a furniture store that focuses on the centrepiece of any room designed for relaxation:
Uniqum isn’t just a store.
If you set out to walk from the 4th to the 5th District, you’ll normally have to go below ground.
- Viadukt*3 – Tisch & Stuhl
Wood is an absolute must!
Surfing is a passion.
As its name suggests, the “House of the People” is a cosmopolitan venue where people come to see and be seen.
Whether it’s for yourself or your best friends:
- Wesley's Kitchen
Wesley Qian und sein Team setzen neue Massstäbe in der Kombination asiatischer und europäischer Küche.
- Wood Factory
The Wood Factory is a veritable treasure-trove for individualists with an eye for real craftsmanship.
- Xenix und Kanzleiflohmarkt
In summer, particularly, the Kanzlei grounds swarm with a very mixed bunch of individuals.
- Xess+Baba The Shop
The unique textile design from Xess+Baba doesn’t chase trendy fads.
With its modular furnishing system, Xilobis has entered the upper reaches of the design world.
A shop-slash-studio all about an intensive exchange with designers.
- Zürcher Hochschule der Künste
Zurich University of the Arts offers a broad, forward-looking education in design at Bachelor’s and Master’s levels.
A specialist duo under one roof.
VBZ stop: Museum für Gestaltung, Tram/Bus No.: 4, 13, 17
Sato is best described with the word home. Because you feel immediately at home as soon as you step foot into the concept store all about Japanese culture. Alongside furniture and fabrics carefully selected on site in Japan are tableware, origami paper, incense sticks, ancient Japanese art, natural care products, hand & bath towels, but also an exquisite selection of sake. Japan is at home here. And thanks to Sato – slow living has found a home in Zurich.