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David Mayernik, NCARB

Curriculum Vitae

(This is only a partial list. Contact the architect for more details.)

David Mayernik has developed a varied project list in both the United States and Europe that has focused on traditional architecture which is elegant, durable, and practical. His abilities in the parallel field of fresco painting mean he is uniquely qualified to integrate the iconographic elements of a church into a seamless architectural whole. He has developed the charrette design process for commissions of all sizes to involve clients directly in the evolution of the their projects, and his experience extends beyond individual buildings to church complexes or campuses with a traditional village character.

AWARDS

  • One of top forty architects in the U.S.A. under forty for the decade 1986-95
  • With Thomas N. Rajkovich, The Arthur Ross Award for Distinguished work in the Classical Manner, Classical America

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

  • “The City and the Church in the IIIrd Millennium”, Rome, December 2000
  • “Reconquering Sacred Space”, Rome, October 1999
  • “A New Renaissance”, Lugano, Switzerland, June 1999
  • “The Art of Building Cities”, Chicago Cultural Center, June 1995

SOME PUBLICATIONS

  • Sacred Architecture Magazine, “Iconography”, Summer 2001
  • The City and the Church in the IIIrd Millennium, Rome, Dec. 2000
  • The Classicist VI, “The TASIS Gymnasium”, July 2001
  • Reconquering Sacred Space, Rome, 1999

Religious Affiliation

Catholic

Contact

David Mayernik, NCARB
2706 Pennsylvania Street
Allentown, PA USA 18104
Tel: (610)570-7694
Fax:
info@REMOVEBEFORESENDINGdavidmayernik.com
http://www.davidmayernik.com

Projects (partial list)

  • Master Plan, Chester College, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  • Master Plan, TASIS campus, Lugano, Switzerland
  • New Gymnasium, TASIS campus, Switzerland, in assoc. with Studio Conza, Lugano
  • Master Plan, TASIS campus, Thorpe, Surrey, England
  • Gymnasium Extensions, TASIS campus, England
  • Winner, with Thomas N. Rajkovich, International Competition for the Capitol Grounds, St. Paul, MN
  • Fresco for the church of San Cresci, Mugello, Tuscany, Italy
  • Fresco series on the façades of the new Gymnasium, TASIS campus, Switzerland
  • Fresco for the church of San Tommaso, Agra, Switzerland
  • Fresco in the Library of the American Academy in Rome

Sample Work

Fresco for San Tommaso, Agra, Switzerland
Fresco for San Tommaso, Agra, Switzerland

New Gymnasium, TASIS campus, Switzerland
New Gymnasium, TASIS campus, Switzerland

Gym Interior
Gym Interior

Fresco for San Cresci, Mugello, Tuscany, Italy
Fresco for San Cresci, Mugello, Tuscany, Italy

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