Turin’s museum cantilevered on the side of a mountain like the Grand Canyon Skywalk is designed to celebrate the Swiss wine region of Lavaux.
The mountainside museum designed by Mauro Turin’s architecture studio can “offer a walk in the air, allowing an unforgettable experience of Lavaux, Lake Geneva and the Alps…”
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