Herzog & de Meuron uses staggered floors to create plant-covered terraces at Beirut tower
Staggered floor plates and set-back glazing create large planted terraces around this 119-metre tower by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, which overlooks Beirut's marina.
Tate Modern Switch House by Herzog & de Meuron opens
These new images by British photographer Jim Stephenson offer a look around Herzog & de Meuron's extension to Tate Modern in London
VitraHaus by Herzog & de Meuron
Oh man, I guess I have to go back… A few years ago, traveling back to the US from Venice, I took a long-desired train trip to Weil am Rhein, Germany, just across the border from Basel, Switzerland. I stayed in Basel and took a public bus across the border to the Vitra Campus, host to the Vitra Design Museum, designed by Frank Gehry. Following an all-consuming fire in 1981, Vitra, a high-end furniture/design company, decided to replace their manufacturing, design, and office spaces with a…
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Herzog & de Meuron to Design the National Library of Israel
After carefully considering six international architecture firms - Ammar Curiel; Frank Gehry; Herzog & de Meuron;...
Gallery of 56 Leonard Street / Herzog & de Meuron - 2
Image 2 of 12 from gallery of 56 Leonard Street / Herzog & de Meuron. Photograph by Iwan Baan
Children’s Hospital Zurich by Herzog & de Meuron | Dezeen
Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron have won a competition to design a children's hospital and a teaching/research centre in Zurich, Switzerland. The three-storey hospital building will be constructed using locally milled timber and will accommodate a series of round and rectangular plant-filled courtyards for patients and their guests. The teaching and research centre will be contained within a