Herzog & de Meuron has won the competition for a new museum complex on the river bank of the Grand Canal, an 1800km man-made linear water system connecting China’s north and south. In September 2019, the Hangzhou Canal Preservation & Development Construction Group Co., Ltd. Hangzhou launched a competition by invitation after a prequalification phase. In November, our proposal was selected unanimously over the entries by David Chipperfield Architects and Zaha Hadid Architects. Continue reading Herzog & de Meuron
Herzog & de Meuron in collaboration with Michel Desvigne Paysagiste have been announced as the winners of the international urban design competition for a new master plan for Ronquoz 21, in Sion, Switzerland. The competition was organized by the Ville de Sion to find a gradual long-term vision for a 60ha transformation area. Continue reading Herzog & de Meuron
Project from 2017 in Memphis, Tennessee, USA.
The cornerstone for the project “Am Tacheles” in Berlin was laid today. The area is one of the last gap sites in the city center and will accommodate a mix of different uses in the future: residential, offices, gastronomy and cultural use in the heritage-protected Tacheles building. Continue reading Herzog & de Meuron