Carouge photographer Bernard Frings offers Swiss Style readers an insider’s eye on the ancient market town of Carouge, that formerly belonged to the kingdom of Sardinia and today lives a Genevan version of “la dolce vita”.
Its streets lined with boutiques, restaurants and workshops exude a Bohemian atmosphere and visitors come from afar to appreciate the unequaled ambience on its leafy squares. Bernard Frings depicts, in this series of photos, the harmonious interplay between the original 18th century Sardinian architecture and its mid-20th century concrete Towers and water fountains. An artistic and diachronic tour of this inviting historic quarter of Geneva.
Carouge: an Architectural Tour