The hardback, 238-page book documents the entire body of work of J. MAYER H. Architects.
Each project is presented through research, design development and photographs of the completed building.
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The following information is from J. MAYER H.:
Edited by Henry Urbach and Cristina Steingräber, this is the first book to present the entire oeuvre of J. MAYER H., starting with research and moving through design to project development, and culminating in the actual building itself. A number of renowned authors, such as Rolf Fehlbaum, Andres Lepik, John Paul Ricco, Ilka und Andreas Ruby, Felicity D. Scott, Henry Urbach, und Philip Ursprung take a variety of approaches toward positioning the office’s work in today’s international architecture scene.
J. MAYER H.
Ed. Henry Urbach, Cristina Steingräber, texts by Stephen Hartman, Andres Lepik, John Paul Ricco, Ilka und Andreas Ruby, Felicity D. Scott, Henry Urbach, Philip Ursprung, interview with the architect by Rolf Fehlbaum.
J. MAYER H. Edited by Henry Urbach and Cristina Steingräber
Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, 2009.
Essays by Stephen Hartman, John Paul Ricco, Ilka & Andreas Ruby, Felicity D. Scott, Henry Urbach and Philip Ursprung.
Selected texts by Andres Lepik.
Interview by Rolf Fehlbaum with J. MAYER H.
240 pages, 258 coloured illustrations, 133 technical drawings.
ISBN 978-3-7757-2222-3 (German)
ISBN 978-3-7757-2223-0 (English)
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