For the 32nd Annual Architecture Lecture, Jacques Herzog, co-founder of Herzog & de Meuron will present the Swiss firm’s latest projects, revealing the inner workings of the practice.
This event can be enjoyed in person at the Royal Academy's Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, or via a digital livestream.
Herzog & de Meuron was founded by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron in Basel, over 40 years ago and has remained at the cutting edge of architectural practice ever since.
In this lecture co-founder Jacques Herzog will discuss the work of this international practice, which is renowned for landmark buildings including Tate Modern, Beijing’s Bird’s Nest National Stadium and the Royal College of Art’s new studio building in Battersea.
If you are attending the lecture in person, your ticket includes a complimentary drink and entry into our Herzog & de Meuron exhibition from 7.30–9pm.
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