One of the most interesting architects in practice today are actually a very dynamic duo. Herzog & de Meuron (Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron) have been producing very unique and thought-provoking works of architecture since the late 1970s, and one of their most very recent completed buildings certainly attests to their ingenuity:
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Opened in June of 2016, the 10 story addition to the Tate Modern Gallery in London uses simple, standard brick as the main exterior facade material, but is utilized in such a grand and unique manner that it seemingly takes on a life of it’s own and appears wholly new and very exciting.
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