Ian Schrager’s legacy of high design shines in marketing material for Herzog & de Meuron’s 160 Leroy Street

Architecture, Development, East
Thursday, January 14, 2016
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A prototype model of Herzog & de Meuron's 160 Leroy tower. (William Menking / AN)

A prototype model of Herzog & de Meuron’s 160 Leroy tower. (William Menking / AN)

Property developer Ian Schrager has supported good architecture in New York City like no other developer. He pioneered distinguished hotel design at a time when “hospitality” design was an afterthought for hoteliers. For instance, in New York, Schrager built the Paramount, the Royalton, and the Morgan hotels.

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Eavesdrop> The Subtleties of Logic: Is Herzog & de Meuron designing in the Los Angeles Arts District?

Architecture, Eavesdroplet, West
Tuesday, December 8, 2015
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(Tommy Wooh / Flickr)

(Tommy Wooh / Flickr)

Is Los Angeles going to get another bit of Swiss subtlety? Forget the Zumthor debates over on Miracle Mile, whispers in the wind suggest a Herzog & de Meuron mixed-use complex in the Arts District is in early planning stages.

Herzog & de Meuron Reveals Renderings for New Vancouver Art Gallery

Architecture, International, Unveiled, West
Wednesday, September 30, 2015
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Stacked spaces for the new Vancouver Art Gallery. (Courtesy Herzog de Meuron)

Stacked spaces for the new Vancouver Art Gallery. (Courtesy Herzog de Meuron)

After years of planning, the Vancouver Art Gallery revealed renderings for its new home by Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron this Tuesday. The conceptual design is a striking departure for a city of tall, slim towers, but an ongoing motif for the firmRead More

Herzog and de Meuron just won the 2015 Charles Jencks Award for their contributions to architecture

Architecture, Awards, International
Thursday, August 20, 2015
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The Bird's Nest stadium in Beijing, China. (Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron)

The Bird’s Nest stadium in Beijing, China. (Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron)

Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron have been named the winners of the 2015 RIBA Charles Jencks Award, an annual prize named for British architect and critic Charles Jencks recognizing “major international contributions to the theory and practice of architecture.”

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The Westin Hamburg to be housed within the Elbe Philharmonic Complex by Herzog & de Meuron

(Courtesy Herzog & De Meuron)

(Courtesy Herzog & De Meuron)

Starwood Hotels has announced that it will open The Westin Hamburg next year in the much-anticipated Elbe Philharmonic complex. The 10-story, 205-bedroom hotel by architects Herzog & de Meuron will be housed within a glass-fronted, wave-shaped building that sits atop a historic warehouse on the banks of the river Elbe. Boasting a pointed, wave-shaped roof, the complex will also feature three concert halls, 45 private apartments and a more than 43,000 square foot, publicly accessible plaza offering 360-degree city views.

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First in 40 Years: After initial rejection, Herzog & de Meuron’s triangular skyscraper is set to break ground in Paris

(Courtesy Tour Triangle)

(Courtesy Tour Triangle)

Paris’ city council ruling against the controversial Tour Triangle skyscraper back in 2014 was just overturned by the same governmental body. Mayor Anne Hidalgo approved of the jagged, triangular, Herzog & de Meuron–designed tower and has said she looks forward to the opportunities it will bring to the French capital.

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Pictorial> Twenty-one of the best pavilions from Milan Expo 2015

All the Pavilions. (Courtesy Expo Milano 2015)

All the Pavilions. (Courtesy Expo Milano 2015)

Milano Expo 2015 is rolling along, with 145 countries and a host of international organizations, civil society organizations, and corporations displaying their food-centric traditions and the latest sustainable agriculture and food production techniques.

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Wispy-looking design for Herzog & de Meuron’s new Bordeaux stadium features 900 slim columns

(Courtesy Nouveau Stade Bordeaux)

(Courtesy Nouveau Stade Bordeaux)

A new Bordeaux stadium by architects Herzog & de Meuron debunks the hulking typology of a sporting facility. The architect compares the “elegant” and “lightweight”-looking design to a “classic temple,” which doesn’t seem all that hyperbolic.

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Watch Herzog & de Meuron’s under-construction 56 Leonard tower rise in a New York minute

56 Leonard. (Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron via 56leonardtribeca.com)

56 Leonard. (Courtesy Herzog & de Meuron via 56leonardtribeca.com)

Herzog & de Meuron‘s New York City skyscraper, 56 Leonard—aka the “Jenga Tower” because of its stacked-cube appearance, is steadily rising in Tribeca. While the building currently has a pretty standard glass box form with some protruding balconies, its upper floors will taper dramatically, hence the nickname.

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In Construction> Herzog & de Meuron’s 56 Leonard

56 Leonard. (Courtesy Field Condition)

56 Leonard. (Courtesy Field Condition)

It’s impossible to look at renderings of Herzog & de Meuron’s 56 Leonard and not immediately think of Jenga, the game guaranteed to shame one unlucky partygoer for pulling the wrong piece and ruining everyone’s fun. Good times! Anyway, back to 56 Leonard in New York City—the 60-story, glassy version of that nerve-wracking game.

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Herzog & de Meuron’s undulating concrete grid to rise along New York City’s Hudson River

The facade of 357 West Street. (Herzog & de Meuron and Ian Schrage)

357 West Street. (Herzog & de Meuron and Ian Schrage)

Ian Schrager and Herzog & de Meuron are at it again. Just weeks after renderings appeared for the team’s Lower East Side boutique hotel, images of the prolific hotelier and Swiss architects’ condo project in the West Village have surfaced. Real estate blog NY YIMBY received renderings for 357 West Street, which show a curving, 12-story building that will become the latest addition to a corridor crowded with starchitecture.

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French Artist Turns Iconic Architecture into Quirky Animated GIF’s

Memory Museum by Estudio America. (Courtesy Axel de Stampa)

Mirador Building by MVRDV. (Courtesy Axel de Stampa)

The French “GIF artist”—welcome to the 21st century, everybody—Axel de Stampa has officially made time-lapse videos look like child’s play. In his new project, Animated Architecture, de Stampa spins, shifts, tops, and deconstructs some of the most visually distinctive contemporary buildings—all in endlessly entertaining GIF format.

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