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This stuff needs translated idiomatically, but I don't have the patience or ability to easily translate this stuff and weed out the junk. Erik the Rude 11:20, 18 July 2006 (UTC)
In 1986, he began working with architect Genevieve Cuénoud in creating the decoration commissions that were entrusted to him. These include: Bar du Nord Carouge, 1987 - facade of "Voyez chez les voisins" in Geneva, 1987 - public place in Vernier, 1988 - adventure playground in Carouge, 1990 - Flon Subway Station in Lausanne, 1991 - facades of the Palais de Beaulieu in Lausanne for Habitat and Garden, 1991 - BD' 91 for the 700th anniversary of the confederation in Sierre, 1991 - factory in Valtronic Vallée de Joux, 1992 - international Festival of the gardens in Chaumont-la-Loire, 1993 - facade of Television Suisse Romande in Geneva for the 40 anniversary, approved to the Book of World Records as being the largest canvas in the world, 1' 635.0O m2, 1994 - Pediatric Hospital in Geneva, 1995 - Hospital complex EPSE in Geneva, 1995 - Institution PRO in Geneva, 1996 - Rehabilitation Hospital in Sion, 1998 - International Airport of Geneva, where he created the largest mobile of the world made up of 500 swallows, 2001 - CICR (Red Cross) Training Center in Versoix, 2002 - facade of the college of Versoix. Since 1999, Gerald Poussin has devoted most of his time to painting, aside from working on great decoration projects.