Keeping with the Swiss tradition of collecting, the Zurich office builds upon Lévy Gorvy’s dedication to providing highly specialized, bespoke private advisory services to collectors and institutions around the globe, and serves as a space for private viewings and curated, intimate presentations. Led by Andreas Rumbler, the team of four has over 60 years cumulative experience and speak German, French, Italian, Spanish, and English. The centralized location of Zurich was chosen to enable the gallery to foster and deepen its relationships with leading collectors and clients in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, and across Europe.
Located in Zürich’s Haus zum Winkel building at Kirchgasse 50, overlooking the Old Town, the office of Lévy Gorvy with Rumbler elegantly unites a modern interior with the architectural legacy of this listed, historical building. Built in 1899 by Gustav Adolf Tobler, the son of a wealthy Zürich banker, the Haus zum Winkel is located in close proximity to the Kunsthaus Zürich (home to the formidable collection of the Zürcher Kunstgesellschaft), the Schauspielhaus Zürich theater, and the Villa Tobler (today also known as the Theater an der Winkelwiese playhouse).
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