- 25 Things Shop
Zurich-based publishing house Kein & Aber, founded in 1997, has set up a small simpatico reading corner in the 25 Things Shop at Hotel Langstrasse.
If you live, eat and dream the symbiosis of old and new, then 2punkt2 is a must.
- Alsamendi Atelier
Uncomplicated, creative… with finest quality materials full of enthusiasm for his craft, he tailors clothing for women and men.
- Andrea Hinnen
Andrea Hinnen lives and breathes textile design!
- Asandri Studio
Asandri Studio is Zurich’s place of values, offering a special and inspiring atmosphere for a sustainable and mindful lifestyle.
- Atelier Noigass
Snug in the buzzing Kreis 5 district, between railroad tracks and the Josefwiese park, lies Atelier Noigass.
- Atelier Sirup
Resins get your creativity flowing and at Patricia Gottet’s, they come in all shapes and sizes.
- Atelier Té
Atelier Té designs architectural and sustainable jewelry.
- Atelier Volvox
Beautiful materials and objects that put poetry into our everyday lives.
Bäckeranlage is one of the few green spaces in the Kreis 4 district.
You enter into the heart of the Basman family with all your senses.
Beige is always in season, this concept is the credo behind all designs by Manuela Helg and Karin Maurer.
- Big Mode Werkstatt
Fashion, Zurich and Big simply go hand in hand.
- Bliss Modern Antiques
Bliss stocks a generous 150 square metres of furniture, lamps and living accessories with a strong hint of nostalgia.
Bloomer makes women and men who love wearable fashion blossom!
Utmost Clarity is the claim and commitment of Swiss eyewear label Bonocler, which is pursuing this goal by manufacturing high-quality sunglasses and corrective lenses with functional design, a fair cost structure and social responsibility in cooperation with the OneDollarGlasses project.
- Borneo Orangutan Survival
Non-profit organization BOS Switzerland is dedicated to the permanent conservation of the last remaining orangutans and their habitat in Borneo, Indonesia.
- Boutique Landesmuseum Zurich
Creative, cult, and the curious:
- Buchhandlung Sec52
Sec52 is a paradise of the printed word and a desert island for stranded readers.
- Cabinet Store
All collector’s items crafted by hand.
- Café Boy
Café Boy is a neighborhood institution – the place to meet & eat for big or small, young and old, or to simply stop by, stay a while and enjoy.
- Cafe zum Walter
It all comes down to great bread with a good cup of coffee.
Every product has its own story.
- Chemiserie + Fashion Recycling
Buy, sell or trade your clothing for cash or store-credit on the spot.
- Claudia Güdel
Claudia Güdel takes time for timeless designs.
- Collab Zürich
Since 2015, Collab has been a synonym for great products made by real people.
- Colorful Standard & Rains Store
The Danish brands of the same name stand for both weather-proof clothing and sustainably produced basics.
- Comix, Bilder à la Carte
Martin Stutz gives these cartoon characters their deserved place of honor.
- Coté West Living
The individual living style alive and kicking at Coté West never ceases to surprise.
- Criz Lederwarenatelier
Handbags and accessories handmade in Zurich.
- Deflorin & Brun
Claudia Deflorin and Bruno Strüby design and tailor collections for men and women in their studio-cum-store.
- Die Macherei
A home base for local designers.
- Ego Movement
Innovative tech, excellent design, eleven own shops in Switzerland, Germany and Liechtenstein.
Einzigart – Selected Design offers carefully curated design objects – from original accessories to thought-through furniture
Eisladen brings out the ice cream lover in everyone.
Since 2003, Kathrin Wegmann has been creating clothing for her label Elfe11 – for confident women who like to wear timelessly understated and equally ingenious designs.
Beautiful things deserve their very own space.
There are items of clothing we all need for every day and that see us through hot and cold days alike.
- Fabienne Morel
Textile designer Fabienne Morel continues to create unmistakable pieces marked by an aesthetic with a nod to pop culture – from jewelry to silk scarves and accessories, or even fashion printed with colorful patterns.
Fabrikat celebrates what we at times tend to lose touch with – working with our hands – analogue that is, whether as a private or professional craft.
Waiting to be discovered at Fach266 are extraordinary unique pieces alongside upcycled objects and craftwork made of materials such as wood, ceramics, fabric, glass and much more.
- Arniko Concept Store
City lifestyle, stylish understatement and sustainable values go hand in hand at Arniko Concept Store.
Sewn with love in Switzerland and Hungary is what the label Fink & Star, led by designer Nina Lehmann, stands for – fashion that’s fair and sustainable.
- Floral Lokal
At our small shop near Lochergut, inspired by the Slow Flower Movement, you’ll find seasonal and local flowers fresh from the field.
- Freitag Flagship Store
A skyscraper of a slightly different kind and one of Zurich’s top attractions.
- Freitag Sweat-Yourself-Shop
The first Freitag Sweat-Yourself Shop on Grüngasse is a DIY workshop.
- Friedhof Sihlfeld
Wherever people live, they unfortunately also pass away.
For everyone in need of lots of space to take a breather, Fritschiwiese Park is the ideal spot – with activities for kids of all ages to unwind.
- Gelateria di Berna
This Gelateria brings a big scoop of Italianità to Zollstrasse.
glore stands for globally responsible, with conviction and knowhow Glore created a platform for the fashion of the future.
At H100 you can find a wide variety of designer classics and vintage furniture from the 20th century.
- Harrison Spirit
The specialist shop for everything to do with furnishings and decorative light in all its facets.
- Heyday Möbel
Vintage furniture for our modern day and age.
- Honig Kuchen
Colorful and fun things for children and kids at heart, inspiring textbooks and cookbooks, stationary and much much more.
- 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.
In summer, Idaplatz turns into a terrace – for everyone to enjoy.
- Im Viadukt
A unique mix of diverse shops, hip cafés, cultural & social institutions and concert venues – while trains roll atop this shopping mile at cyberspeed.
- Impact Hub Zürich – Viadukt
Two of the beautifully restored viaduct arches have become a home away from home to Impact Hub’s community of social entrepreneurs.
- Jacoby Store
Furniture with style, crafted with the classic manufacturing methods of a workshop.
The Josi – a place to relax and get together.
Karamell – a concept store for fashion and accessories – curated with the careful eye of a fashion editor.
- Kari Kari
At Kari Kari, sustainability is not an empty sales promise.
Two park areas with an enchanting labyrinth garden.
- 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.
Kleiderbar carries a small assortment with a wide variety of secondhand clothes and toys for kids.
Kosmos is not only a universe of culinary delights but also of high culture – from greater arthouse cinema in six theatres to podium discussions and even exhibitions.
Art, visible, make it, make art visible.
- Lavie Home
#lavie is Berns brand for high-quality home textiles made out of organic cotton, linen and hemp – sustainably and fairly produced by their partner companies in Portugal.
- Lost & Found
Lost & Found accessoires is a wonderful place to lose yourself.
- Making Things
A carefully selected product mix of fairly produced clothing and original accessories from Swiss or international labels.
Markant is the place where gentlemen with character are clothed in personal favorites that stand the test of time and have what it takes to become timeless classics.
This indoor market, conveniently located in the middle of the Kreis 5 district and home to owner-run shops and Restaurant Markthalle, offers an exquisite selection of the finer things in life.
- Raumundstyle by monochromel
Timeless in style, elegant in make, and aesthetically beautiful – find a product that fits for each room of your home.
Moon is a concept store in the orbit of pure pleasure.
Mootes is the care product brand specially for men.
If you can’t find time to travel, you might as well treat yourself to a bit of savoir vivre.
- Museum für Gestaltung Zürich – Ausstellungsstrasse
From design products valued for their rarity to popular classics like the iconic Rex peeler or even select pieces of jewelry.
Handcrafted spectacles made of state-of-the-art materials.
Product designers Domenic and Dorothée have created a world full of unique and fascinating objects.
- Ooki Izakaya
Japan is at home in the middle of the Kreis 3 district.
- Ooki Pavillion
Enjoy our newly opened Ooki Pavilion, as if you were in Tokyo!
- Open Ride
A workout that feels like swirling across the dance floor at four in the morning?
- Paranoia City – Buch & Wein
Paranoia City is your bookstore for queer-/feminist literature.
- Projekt Ponicanova
Textile designer Zuzana Ponicanova has a passion for materials and creates nonconformist clothing.
- Qwstion Store
Qwstion crafts bags and useful accessories for every day from plants instead of plastic, creating a responsible combination of functionality and timeless aesthetics.
- 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.
Rework upcycles – that is, takes apart and sews back together – secondhand clothing to create new collections.
- Riffraff Cinema/Bar
Architecturally one of the most inspiring ensembles of buildings in the district.
- Risa Hutwerkstatt
Stacks upon stacks of hats – products Risa can proudly call its own – handcrafted with love at the milliner’s workshop in Hägglingen located in the Swiss canton of Aargau.
The Röntgenplatz square can seem somewhat lonesome and empty at times, but as soon as it is home to festivals and flea markets, its true grandeur comes to life.
Rrrevolve does precisely what the name says – centred on fair fashion and sustainable alternatives.
It doesn’t take much for smart shoppers to live in luxury – this wonderfully curated shop with products and gifts galore is more than enough.
- Sava Living
Sava Living is a way of life… A lifestyle that combines luxurious natural skincare products with aroma therapy.
- Say Chocolate Boutique
The family business of Deniz and Pino Nocilla became known for their pralines printed with messages – and the Message Praline was born.
Schön&Recht carries small & local brands that value fair and sustainable production.
- Schule für Gestaltung Zürich
The Zurich School of Design stands for applied design from A as in aquamarine to Z as in zaffer.
- Si o No
The place where the neighbourhood gets together.
This very special store for household goods is known for its high-quality products.
Simeplthen carries finest quality fashion designed in the middle of the Kreis 4 district and sewn in Ticino.
Sitio, an institution founded upon design philosophy, is a clockwork at the intersection of design, art and handicraft.
Soeder was founded in 2013 by Hanna and Johan – and has been developing and selling high-quality household goods ever since.
- St. Jakob Beck & Kafi
The homemade baked goods, sandwiches and fine desserts leave nothing to be desired.
- Street-Files Studio
Nothing’s as inspiring as fashion straight from the streets.
- Street-Files Viadukt
Inspired by the team’s favourite cities, Street-Files relies on timeless, no-frills looks from avant-garde brands.
- Studio Krach
Studio Krach designs, develops and produces radically simple furniture in the middle of Zurich.
It’s all over the bush telegraph that Tarzan does his own collection in 100% organically cultivated and certified cotton.
Gourmets from all walks of life have been flocking to the new location of this congenial young crew of restaurateurs at Lochergut who are all addicted to one thing — Momos.
- Tenz Langstrasse
"Bierhalle zum Krokodil" can be read in ornamental lettering on the facade of the house at Hohlstrasse 44.
As the name suggests, this furniture store is all about the heart of each room – Chairs.
Look no further than Trixmix for the most extensive selection of pearls from all corners of the globe.
- Urne.ch Cosmicball Collection
The unique urn studio with a showroom in Zurich.
- Veg And The City
The very first green paradise for urban gardeners on Europaallee.
Le chic à la Parisienne… is also at home on Europaallee in the Kreis 4 district.
- Vina et Cibi
Vina et Cibi stands for wine and gourmet foods, personally imported for the most part.
- Visite Privée
Visite Privée, brought to you by Raoul Sanchez, is a source of inspiration, with its unique blend of exquisite furnishings, interior design, visual merchandising and event conception.
- Visitor Store
Nowhere in Zürich will you feel the passion of surfing more directly than here.
- Viu Store
The eyeglasses handcrafted in Italy and Japan are so popular, they are worn by some whose vision is just fine.
- Wood Factory
Unconventional furniture crafted by hand with a vintage-cum-industrial design.
- Xenix und Kanzleiareal
Kanzleiareal attracts a colourful crowd.
Fashion brings people together – and this place is straight from the heart.
- Zooloose Market
Zooloose Market is a statement – one of fashion in its breadth and depth, of functionality and uniqueness.
The latest discovery in district 4 is Zuki's neighborhood shop with an authentic Anatolien kitchen and a small selection of living and kitchen Accessories.
- Zum Guten Glück
Where you can enjoy delicious Dutch snacks well into the evening hours.
- Museum für Gestaltung Zürich – Toni-Areal
Switzerland’s leading museum for design and visual communication.
Since Moritz was looking for a good espresso machine and couldn’t find one, he decided without further ado, and armed with a screwdriver, to take apart his own.
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Since Moritz was looking for a good espresso machine and couldn’t find one, he decided without further ado, and armed with a screwdriver, to take apart his own. The technology he found inside: “From the last century,” he concluded. The idea of having his own espresso machine became a project, and the project became a company. Zuriga meanwhile produces and sells three products: The classic E2 espresso machine, the E2-S espresso machine with steam, and the Zuriga G2 coffee mill. At Zuriga, the development team sits next to the assembly department, the communication office and customer service. The sales team also stops by the workshop regularly – so that it always knows everything about each individual component.