j. mayer h. architects + tobias rehberger: CODE_n innovation space
j. mayer h. architects + tobias rehberger: CODE_n innovation space j. mayer h. architects + tobias rehberger: CODE_n innovation space
mar 07, 2012

j. mayer h. architects + tobias rehberger: CODE_n innovation space

‘innovation space’ of CODE_n by j. mayer h. and tobias rehberger images courtesy of j. mayer h. architects

the international initiative CODE_n (which stands for ‘code of the new’) is a platform for fresh ideas in the field of IT and the internet. the fair brings together individuals from the sector to provide ongoing support and harness this force field for the quick breeding of ‘new innovations’.

for this year’s edition, german architect j. mayer h. and german artist tobias rehberger have collaborated to design the innovation space of the event’s 3,500 square, hall 16 at the at CeBIT in hanover, germany which runs until march 10th, 2012. the digital economy event is organized by a grid-like arrangement of typographic walls which exhibit rehberger’s signature style through the use of bold fluorescent colouring applied to signage and wayfinding through the space, while j. mayer h.’s architectural forms are translated into furniture and lounge seating, as seen which have been produced by italian company quinze & milan.

fluorescent colouring is used for signage and wayfinding

press lounge

aerial view of the innovation space’s build-up

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