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Herzog & de Meuron

199 Lafayette Street, #5B
New York, NY 10012
(917) 237-6000
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Herzog & de Meuron, or HdM, is an architecture firm based in Basel, Switzerland, founded in 1978 by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. The firm designed 56 Leonard Street, a residential tower in Tribeca, the industrial-to-museum conversion of the Bankside Power Station in London to the Tate Modern, Prada Tokyo, the Barcelona Forum Building and the Beijing National Stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games. Earlier commissions include the Blue House in Oberwil, Switzerland, the Stone House in Tavole, Italy, the Apartment Building along a Party Wall in Basel, the Ricola Storage Building in Laufen, Switzerland, Dominus Winery in Yountville, California, and the Küppersmühle Museum for the Grothe Collection in Duisburg, Germany. HdM has also designed libraries, schools, a sports complex, hotels, railway utility buildings, and factories. As of 2015, Harry Gugger and Christine Binswanger were also partners at the firm. The firms founders shared the Pritzker Prize, architectures highest honor, in 2001. MK