Richard Meier - Works


  • Westbeth Artists Community, New York City, 1970
  • Condominium of the Olivetti Training Center in Tarrytown, New York, 1971
  • Meier House, Essex Fells, New Jersey, 1965
  • Smith House, Darien, Connecticut, 1965–1967
  • Douglas House, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 1973
  • Bronx Developmental Center, The Bronx, New York, 1976
  • The Atheneum, New Harmony, Indiana, 1979
  • High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, 1983
  • Modern Art Wing Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, 1984
  • Museum für angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, 1985
  • Daimler-Benz Forschungszentrum, today: Daimler Forschungszentrum, Ulm, Germany, 1992
  • Stadthaus Ulm, Ulm, Germany, 1994
  • Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona, Spain, 1995
  • City Hall and Central Library, The Hague, Netherlands, 1995
  • Edinburgh Park Masterplan, 1995
  • Rachofsky House, Dallas, Texas, 1996
  • Neugebauer House, Naples, Florida, 1998
  • The Paley Center for Media, formerly The Museum of Television & Radio, Beverly Hills, California, 1996
  • Getty Center, Los Angeles, California, 1997
  • Camden Medical Centre, Singapore, 1998
  • White Plaza, Basel, Switzerland, 1998
  • 173/176 Perry Street, Manhattan, 1999–2002
  • Sandra Day O'Connor United States Courthouse, Phoenix, Arizona, 2000
  • Peek & Cloppenburg flagship store, Düsseldorf, Germany, 2001
  • Centre for Possibility thinking, Garden Grove, California, 2003
  • Jubilee Church, Rome, Italy 2003
  • Museum Frieder Burda, Baden Baden, Germany, 2004
  • Ara Pacis Museum, Rome, Italy, 2006 (There has been talk of dismantling and relocating the museum since the election of Gianni Alemanno in 2008)
  • City Tower, Prague, Czech Republic, 2004–2007
  • Arp Museum, Remagen-Rolandseck, Germany 2008
  • San Jose City Hall, San Jose, California, 2004–2007
  • University of Scranton, Connolly Hall, 2007
  • Weill Hall, Ithaca, New York, 2008
  • Meier Tower, Tel Aviv, Israel (2008–present)
  • On Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY, 2003-2008
  • International Coffee Plaza, Hamburg, Germany, 2010
  • Vinci Partners Corporate Headquarters, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2012

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