Herzog & de Meuron is set to make a return to its hugely successful Tate Modern in the summer.
The gallery has announced that it will host a new exhibition of the work of the Swiss practice to mark the fifth anniversary of its wholesale work on the site.
The show, Herzog & de Meuron: An Exhibition, will run from the 1 June to 29 August. It has previously been shown at Basel and Rotterdam.
The exhibition, which is the Tate Modern's first major architectural show, will span the practice's 25 years of work, from the very earliest residential projects to its most recent completions.
Arranged over 40 tables in the main Turbine Hall, more than 70 projects will be represented, with objects from the practice's archive.by Ed Dorrell