Herzog & de Meuron

Donald Mak is an Associate at Herzog & de Meuron since 2009. He started his collaboration with the National Stadium in Beijing, and contributed to 56 Leonard in New York, the extension to the Musee Unterlinden in Colmar, France, and M+ museum in Hong Kong.

Over the years he has become increasingly involved in the many communication objectives developed by the office. This activity spans the conception and production of Herzog & de Meuron specific monographs, publications and exhibitions. Notable projects include Herzog & de Meuron Complete Works Volumes 5 and 6, Treacherous Transparencies, monographs on the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2012, Park Avenue Armory and Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, as well as exhibition installations at the 2012 Architecture Biennale in Venice.

Donald graduated in 2000 from the University of Toronto. He has previously collaborated with Bruce Mau Design and worked independently on a range of publications and exhibitions.