Herzog & de Meuron

Wim Walschap joined Herzog & de Meuron in 2007 with extensive experience as an architect, from both independent work and collaborations on residential, commercial, and institutional projects across all phases. In 2010 he became an Associate of the firm, leading various teams on projects ranging from pavilions to high-rises, including The Tate Modern Project in London and Helsinki Dreispitz in Basel. Since being named Partner in 2014, Wim is responsible for the competition-winning M+ museum project in Hong Kong, One Park Drive residential tower in London, as well as a number of projects of diverse scales and typologies in Europe, Asia and the Americas. From concept to completion, he works with a hands-on approach and awareness of the fundamentals of construction.

Wim graduated from Hoger Architectuurinstituut Saint-Lucas, Brussels, Belgium in 1993. Amongst others he worked with Robbrecht en Daem Architects in Gent for over 8 years.