Herzog & de Meuron

Robert Hösl first joined Herzog & de Meuron for an internship in 1992. After completing his architecture degree in 1993 at the Technical University of Berlin, he returned in 1994 to start his collaboration as an architect. In 1998, he relocated to Munich to establish and manage the subsidiary office in Germany, where he was in charge of projects including Fünf Höfe, for the Munich City Centre, and Allianz Arena Football Stadium in Munich. He became a Partner of Herzog & de Meuron in 2004. Since returning to Basel in 2004, Robert has applied his experience in balancing both projects and business management and played key roles in the development of several business departments at Herzog & de Meuron. He is responsible for a number of projects in Switzerland and Germany. These include various projects in Basel for F. Hoffmann-La Roche, for SBB Real Estate, such as the Meret Oppenheim Hochhaus, as well as Helsinki Dreispitz; the west wing extension of the head office of Helvetia in St. Gallen; and the extension of the Küppersmühle museum in Duisburg, and the urban planning project Grasbrook in Hamburg, Germany. Robert Hösl is responsible for projects in Munich, such as: the former Postbank building in the city center, and the urban study for the Paketposthalle site, an area that encompasses 85.000 sqm around the heritage protected Paketposthalle.