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Dominik, l’archi-photo-fan

Dominik, l’archi-photo-fan

I’m a software and big data engineer with a passion for photography – and architectural photography in particular. Originally from Germany, I started my university studies in France before moving to Montreal, Canada, where I lived for almost 20 years. As soon as I arrived in Lausanne in 2016, I fell under its spell. This is such a multifaceted city. I now take advantage of every free weekend I have to explore the cultural and architectural richness that Lausanne and the whole of Switzerland have to offer, and I love sharing these discoveries on my Instagram account.
« For me, Lausanne is a city where there is always something to see, whether it's an innovative building, a new exhibition at one of its many museums, or simply the millionth gorgeous sunset disappearing into the lake! »
«What could be better than ending a summer day at the beach in Vidy? Within walking distance of the town centre, we love chilling there with the family around a barbecue as well as cooling down in the lake. Not to mention the splendid sunsets…»
Riguardo a Plaines de Vidy
«The Fondation de l’Hermitage – on a site that’s packed with charm and boasts a stunning view on Lausanne and its cathedral – impresses me every time. I never tire of viewing the exhibitions, with such refined harmony between the manor house and the displayed works!»
Riguardo a Fondation de l’Hermitage
«For me, the most beautiful view of Lausanne in springtime is from the Musée de l’Élysée’s park. With its alley bordered with cherry blossoms and its benches, it’s the perfect place for a lunch break with a view over Lake Geneva.»
Riguardo a Musée de l'Elysée
«The Galfetti Tower on Chauderon Square fascinates me. Not only does it look like the largest keyhole in Lausanne when you stand in its centre and look upwards, but its appearance also changes dramatically between night and day.»
Riguardo a Ponte Chauderon