Herzog & de Meuron - Switzerland

Herzog & de Meuron is considered to be one of the leading international architectural offices, with its head office in Basel, Switzerland. Jacques Herzog (born 19 April 1950) and Pierre de Meuron (born 8 May 1950) were both attending the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. They founded their joint firm in 1978 in Basel. Their first works were realized in Basel and its surroundings. With a steady growing success, they were able to gain many international commissions. They became internationally famous with the conversion of the giant Bankside Power Station in London, becoming the new home of Tate Modern. In 2001 Herzog & de Meuron were awarded the Pritzker Prize.

1989 - 1992  Goetz Collection Gallery Building, Munich
1989 - 2004  Extension of Helvetia Head Office, St. Gallen
1989 - 1993  Pfaffenholz Sports Centre - Saint-Louis
1996 - 2000  Apartement Building Rue des Suisses 17, Paris
1996 - 2000 
Commercial and Apartment Building Herrenstrasse, Munich
1996 - 2002  St. Jakob Park Football Stadium, Basel
1998 - 2002  REHAB Centre for Spinal Cord and Brain Injuries, Basel

2001 - 2003  Expansion of Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau
2001 - 2008  Caixa Forum, Madrid
2003            Prada Boutique, Tokyo
2007 - 2015  New Headquarters for BBVA, Madrid
2011 - 2015  Apartment Building Zellwegerpark, Uster
2011 - 2015  Chäserrugg Cable Car Station and Restaurant, Unterwasser