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Two decades of Herzog & de MeuronSubscription

By Rowan Moore

Seen as unknowns when they were picked to design the Tate Modern in 1995, Herzog and de Meuron have today morphed into a ubiquitous global practice − yet their work continues to surprise with its subtle singularities

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‘A civic masterpiece’: Charles Jencks on Herzog & de Meuron’s ElbphilharmonieSubscription

Hamburg’s masterwork is a combination of abstraction and explicit ornament

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National Stadium in Beijing by Herzog and de Meuron Subscription

‘For China, the Games were seen as a coming-out party that demanded a worthy symbol’

The ‘enigmatic thicket’ of the VitraHaus, an agglomeration of loosely and precipitously stacked bars, is the latest addition to a campus already bursting with architectural experiment

Vitrahaus by Herzog & De Meuron, Weil am Rhein, GermanySubscription

Herzog & De Meuron’s witty and whimsical take on the basic house shape. Photography by Roland Halbe

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Sporting Chance: Gymnasium in Brazil by Herzog & de MeuronSubscription

Embedded in a tough Brazilian favela, a new sports centre catalyses actions and ideas about social cohesion and civility

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Miami Virtue: Pérez Art Museum in Miami by Herzog & de MeuronSubscription

Miamiʼs cultural and civic milieu is augmented by a consciously anti-iconic museum for modern art by Herzog & de Meuron

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The Parrish Museum on Long Island by Herzog & de Meuron, USASubscription

Synthesising allusions to the vernacular with contemporary abstraction, the new Parrish Art Museum encapsulates the changing dynamic between art, landscape and architecture

The urban ‘diptych’ of the existing bunker-like block and new parking structure

1111 Lincoln Road by Herzog & de Meuron, Miami, USASubscription

Herzog & de Meuron hang loose in Miami and reinvent the car park as a sculptural, flexible entity. Photography by Roland Halbe

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Outrage: Herzog & de Meuron's ‘Tour Triangle’ in Paris is an irrelevant extravaganzaSubscription

By William JR Curtis

William JR Curtis sees Herzog & de Meuron’s ‘Triangle Tower’ as leading to the destruction of collective memory and urbanity

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Ai Weiwei and Herzog and de Meuron's Serpentine Pavilion

By Katie Godding

‘The seemingly random array of built-in cork furniture and steps trace the foundations of past structures’