Herzog & de Meuron

Jack Brough began his collaboration with Herzog & de Meuron in New York in 2009. He has contributed to a number of significant cultural, institutional, and hospitality projects in North America, such as the Parrish Art Museum and 215 Chrystie. In 2011, he moved to Miami to monitor construction of the Pérez Art Museum, focusing on the execution of its exposed concrete structure. After returning to New York from 2013 to 2016 for the design and realization of 215 Chrystie, he relocated to Basel to lead the Powerhouse Arts team – eventually seeing the project through to completion on site. Since 2021, he has been based in Basel, serving as project manager for the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.

Jack received his Master of Architecture from Yale University in 2009 and his Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Architecture from Princeton University in 2004. From 2004 until 2006, he collaborated with Rafael Viñoly Architects and 1100: Architect in New York City. He is a registered architect in the state of Florida since 2016. He has edited several publications, including Project Issue Six and Perspecta 43, and written articles for PLAT and Project, among others.