Herrman is the recipient of the Rome Prize in Architecture, a Fulbright Fellowship, and other awards through which he created projects and produced publications in cities in Asia, Europe, and America. After earning a Bachelor of Architecture degree at Cornell University, Herrman received his Masters in Architecture from Princeton University. He worked in the studios of Arata Isozaki in Tokyo and Jean Nouvel in Paris before opening his own Paris-based architecture practice in 2005. Herrman teaches architecture for Columbia University’s New York-Paris Program. He has lectured internationally about his work, which has been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in cities throughout Europe and the United States.