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J. MAYER H. und Partner

COULD SHOULD WOULD

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23.07.2015
    
J. MAYER H. announces the release of the new monograph COULD SHOULD WOULD by publisher Hatje Cantz. The monograph shows recent international projects including Metropol Parasol, the redevelopment of the Plaza de la Encarnación in Seville, Spain; the Court of Justice in Hasselt, Belgium; Pavilion KA300, built in celebration of Karlsruhe's 300th jubilee and several public and infrastructure projects in Georgia, for example an airport in Mestia, the border checkpoint in Sarpi, three rest stops along the highway in Gori and Locchini. Other exciting projects are coming up soon: a parking garage façade in Miami, Florida; the FOM University and the Rhein740 residential high-rise in Düsseldorf; and VOLT, a new retail and experience complex in the heart of Berlin. From urban planning schemes and buildings to installation work and objects with new materials, the relationship between the human body, technology, and nature form the background for a new production of space.

J. MAYER H. was founded in 1996 by Jürgen Mayer H. in Berlin. In January 2014, Andre Santer and Hans Schneider joined as partners in the firm. Jürgen Mayer H. studied at Stuttgart University, The Cooper Union and Princeton University. His work has been published and exhibited worldwide and is part of numerous collections including MoMA New York and SF MoMA and also private collections.

National and international awards include the Mies-van-der-Rohe-Award-Emerging-Architect-Special-Mention-2003 ,Winner Holcim Award Bronze 2005 and Winner Audi Urban Future Award 2010. Jürgen Mayer H. has taught at Princeton University, University of the Arts Berlin, Harvard University, Kunsthochschule Berlin, the Architectural Association in London, the Columbia University, New York and at the University of Toronto, Canada.

J.MAYER.H / COULD SHOULD WOULD
Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, Germany
Texts by Ana Miljacki, John Paul Ricco, Georges Teyssot
English 2015. 288 pp., 593 ills.
21.00 x 26.50 cm
hardcover
ISBN 978-3-7757-4053-1
www.hatjecantz.com