The Villa Zehntenhof is a listed building and heritage site.
Dr. Borer Consulting
Dr. Borer Consulting will be happy to welcome you to the historic premises of the Villa Zehntenhof. The Villa Zehntenhof is a listed building and a heritage site. It was designed by the architect Müller, a pupil of the famous Semper, who notably designed the ETH and the Semper Opera House in Berlin. Among others, some windows were made by the architect and glass painter Johannes Albert Lüthi, who also decorated the glass dome of the Bundeshaus.
Federal Palace dome, Bern: 22 coats of arms of the cantons, 1902; the canton of Jura was later arranged in a semicircle in 1978
The glass painting by Albert Lüthi in the Fischer-Weber villa, Meisterschwanden, requested 1899. (© Kantonale Denkmalpflege Aargau, Foto Christine Seiler)
Dorotheum, sold to unknown Research in the Historical Museum on the Main revealed that this is most probably a work by Johann Albert Lüthi. Almost the same motifs as in the present window, the young lady surrounded by flowers, behind her the sheep in the landscape and the two churches in the background, were present in 2 drawings by Lüthi. There are 600 designs by J. A. Lüthi in the Frankfurt Historical Museum.
The glass paintings (front window) by Albert Lüthi in the Villa Shawne (Zehntenhof), Thalwil, erb.1895 mentioned in: Isabel Haupt "Freude am eigenen Heim", p:55. The double doors are replicas. (Photos © Verschönerungsverein Thalwil, Photos Peter Jäger)
Horgener Jahrbuch 2004 «100 Jahre Seerose»
S: 18 Albert Jörger
(Photos © Verschönerungsverein Thalwil, Peter Jäger)