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The European Commission and the Mies van der Rohe Foundation have announced 5 finalists for the 2013 EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture, also known as the Mies van der Rohe Award. This year, 355 works were nominated for this Award. The winner fot the Award will be announced in May, 2013 and the Award Ceremony will be held in June, 6 at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona, Spain. Read More…
Schlump ONE’s facade has been entirely renovated and redesigned J. MAYER H. Architects to form a single unit that freely interprets the original building’s 1950s linear design.
The project “Schlump ONE” is located directly at the underground station Schlump in Eimsbüttel district in Hamburg. The original administration building from the 1950s and 90s was gutted, renovated and expanded, and has now been converted into an office building with four possible rental units per floor. The existing data processing center in the courtyard has been transformed into a private university and expanded to include a new building.
The Berlin based architectural practice Jürgen Mayer H. have completed this airport building in the medieval mountain town of Mestia, Georgia. this new airport building in the city of Mestia in Georgia. The small city, located 1500 m above sea level in the Caucasus Mountains, is part of the UNESCO world culture heritage for its beautiful medieval town with its stone defensive towers. The new built airport is part of Georgia’s ambitious plans to establish tourism in this region. The building was designed and constructed within only 3 months.
The original house was in no fit state for yet another refurbishment, having been subjected to two decades of extensions and alterations to accommodate a growing family.
The geometry of the building is based on the footprint of the house that previously was located on the site, originally built in 1984 and with many extensions and modifications since then.
A new structure redesigned by Jurgen Mayer H. was demanded, one that occupied the floorplan of the old. Yet between ground and first floor, the plan was tilted and shifted, a dynamic rotation that has been expressed in the fluid treatment of the external walls.