VIDEO: Inhabitat Interviews Metropol Parasol Architect Juergen Mayer H.
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Inhabitat: How did you get your start in architecture? Juergen Mayer: I found a book, which had a picture of Erich Mendelsohn’s Shocken department store, in Stuttgart. It was such a beautiful building that was dealing with light, and a very sculptural expression
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