Herzog & de Meuron
Herzog & de Meuron is a Swiss architecture firm founded in Basel in 1978 by Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. The central theme of all their projects, which include both single and complex buildings, is that of the external envelope of the buildings. In addition to the Tate Modern electricity station in London, they designed the largest underground car park in Europe, with a facade in recyclable material. In 2012 they presented the Corker tables and stools in Portuguese cork at the London Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, also in 100% recyclable material. They participated in the 2015 Expo in Milan with a pavilion they designed for the Slow Food association.