The two firms are designing a new space that aims to foster cross-disciplinary work among the GSD's many programs and Harvard at large.
Herzog & de Meuron
The Swiss firm brings a contemporary edge to the historic Tai Kwun campus while creating new connections between 16 restored heritage structures.
Metropolis asks legendary Hotelier Ian Schrager and architect Ascan Mergenthaler of Herzog & de Meueron to break down the details of their new 17-story hotel in New York.
Berggruen Institute Reveals Additional Details of Herzog & de Meuron-Designed Campus, Awards $1 Million Philosophy Prize
Located on a Los Angeles hilltop, the Institute compound by Herzog & de Meuron will be an intellectual mecca aimed at addressing pressing global issues.
The trio, who worked together on the 2012 Serpentine Pavilion and 2008's Bird's Nest, have collaborated again—this time for an eerie installation exploring the menacing role surveillance plays in our urban lives.
After overcoming all manner of delays and controversy regarding its immense cost, Herzog & de Meuron’s performance hall excels on nearly every level.
Photographer Laurian Ghinitoiu takes us through Herzog & de Meuron's Schaudepot at the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, Germany.
Herzog and de Meuron’s fortress-like extension is a powerful metaphor for the state of inclusivity in a post-Brexit world.
A preview of the Pérez Art Museum Miami before it opens this week at Art Basel.
Miami’s latest Alchemist store distinguishes itself with unconventional materials.
Herzog & de Meuron’s initial concept was modeled after the many famous artists’ studios on Long Island, essentially "a village of individual houses.”
The 2012 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion provides both prospect and refuge.
Based in Long Island City, these architect-trained digital fabricators bill themselves as “designers who make things.”
Renzo Piano was in San Francisco to unveil the schematic design for his newest project—and he poured on the charm as only the Italian architect can.