JOVIS publishes titles in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, contemporary art, photography, and design. With our publications we strive to depict relevant debates and also to shape current discourse and provide it with new direction. Our press focuses in particular on topics in urban studies, participatory city planning, city development, landscape theory, and historical preservation. Further interests include how architecture and art interact, as well as how to connect scholarly theories with plans of action through interdisciplinary approaches.
Founded in 1995 in Berlin, the JOVIS publishing house utilizes many far-reaching collaborations: renowned international academic partners, cultural and economic institutions, and well-known planners and theorists from the fields of architecture, landscape, and urban studies.