Herzog & de Meuron

Aurélien Caetano joined Herzog & de Meuron in 2008 for an internship and return in 2010 as an architect. He became Associate in 2017.

Aurélien has been responsible for projects of various typologies and sizes that ranges from small scale cultural building up to large scale urban planning. He was deeply involved in the design of several Museums such as the Vancouver Art Gallery in Canada, the Musée Unterlinden in Colmar, France, the Lusail Museum in Doha, Qatar, and the Calder Gardens project in Philadelphia, USA.

Aurélien has led the design of multiple competitions in Europe, Australia, and the USA. The list of projects he developed also includes large scale office buildings such as the first Roche tower in Basel, the BBVA headquarters in Madrid and the Tour Triangle in Paris.

AurĂ©lien Caetano has graduated with honors from the National school of architecture of Versailles (ENSAV), France in 2010.