076 SWISS PAVILION

076
Contribution to La Biennale di Venezia. 5. Mostra Internazionale di Architettura
Swiss Pavilion, Venice, Italy
Exhibition 8 September – 6 October 1991

FACTS

Architecture of Herzog & de Meuron photographs by B. Burkhard, M. Krischanitz, T. Ruff, H. Villiger with a text by T. Vischer

Organizer, Curator:
Bundesamt für Kultur / Cäsar Menz
Biennale Director: Francesco Dal Co

Exhibited Buildings:
017 Stone House, Tavole Italy; 031 Apartment and Office Building Schwitter, Basel, Switzerland; 038 Ricola Storage Building, Laufen, Switzerland; 043 Housing Pilotengasse, Vienna, Austria

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Gerhard Mack, Herzog & de Meuron: Herzog & de Meuron 1989-1991. The Complete Works. Volume 2.
Edited by: Gerhard Mack. Chinese ed. Beijing, China Architecture & Building Press, 2010. Vol. No. 2.

Gerhard Mack, Herzog & de Meuron: Herzog & de Meuron 1989-1991. Das Gesamtwerk. Band 2. The Complete Works. Volume 2.
Edited by: Gerhard Mack. 2nd adv. and rev. ed. Basel / Boston / Berlin, Birkhäuser, 2005. Vol. No. 2.

Herzog & de Meuron. Natural History.
Edited by: Philip Ursprung. Exh. Cat. Herzog & de Meuron. Archaeology of the Mind. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal. 23 October 2002 - 6 April 2003. 2nd ed. Baden, Lars Müller, 2005.

Herzog & de Meuron. Naturgeschichte.
Edited by: Philip Ursprung. Exh. Cat. Herzog & de Meuron. Archaeology of the Mind. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal. 23 October 2002 - 6 April 2003. 2nd ed. Baden, Lars Müller, 2005.

Herzog & de Meuron. Histoire Naturelle.
Edited by: Philip Ursprung. Exh. Cat. Herzog & de Meuron. Archaeology of the Mind. Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal. 23 October 2002 - 6 April 2003. Baden, Lars Müller, 2002.

Architektur von Herzog & de Meuron. Fotografiert von Margherita Krischanitz, Balthasar Burkhard, Hannah Villiger und Thomas Ruff, mit einem Text von Theodora Vischer.
Edited by: Bundesamt für Kultur. Exh. Cat. 5th International Exhibition of Architecture. Swiss Pavilion Venice Biennale. 8 September - 6 October 1991. Baden, Lars Müller, 1991.