Herzog & De Meuron: The Complete Works Volume 3
The third volume in the Complete Works of Herzog & de Meuron, including the very latest projects such as the spectacular Tate Gallery in London and the Californian Dominus winery at Napa Valley.
For many years, the Swiss-based architects, Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron, along with their partners Harry Gugger and Christine Binswanger, have been an increasingly significant presence on the international architectural scene, with their commission for the new Tate Gallery in London guaranteeing them international attention. The diversity and high quality of their work was exemplified in volumes 1 and 2 of the Complete Works, which were enthusiastically received by critics: "Both volumes are lavishly illustrated, including photographs of finished buildings, plans, rough sketches, proposals and models. ... Mack is an excellent writer..." (Mark Staff Brandl, The Art Book)
The third volume continues the approach of the preceding volumes, presenting the buildings and projects from the years 1992-96. Introduced by Gerhard Mack, it contains texts by Herzog & de Meuron, a complete chronology of the works between 1992-96, and documents 22 projects in detail, providing a fascinating revelation of Herzog & de Meuron's creative processes.
Dimensions: 9.5" x 13" (inches)
Languages: English & German