3 April 2018
The design concept for the new offices of ERSTE Foundation on the Erste Campus has proved highly successful. The brief was to offer visitors and passers-by an insight into the diverse activities of the foundation in the fields of cultural, social and European affairs.
20 March 2018
A mobile exhibition pavilion developed on behalf of the Tyrolean Environmental Ombudsman has visited almost 20 municipalities in the province since it was first erected in March 2017.
While the external surfaces of the accessible spiral provide information about the causes and effects of light pollution the video shown within presents the chronology of the problem of unwanted light in the form of an eight-minute sample.
24 January 2018
The latest edition of “Artstripe”, the series of exhibitions of Austrian contemporary art in the Vienna office of the consultancy company Accenture, is the first to be designed by a non-Austrian, the Vienna-based Italian Aldo Giannotti. His work “The Sketch Wall” presents the sketchbook of a free spirit.
11 December 2017
The first issue of the new architecture-publication from and about Delugan Meissl Associated Architects „ZOOM“ has been published.
ZOOM & 360°
The Vienna architectural office Delugan Meissl Associated Architects realises cultural, residential, office and private buildings in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the USA, South Korea and China. In order to inform its international clients and a wider audience about ongoing projects and the specific approach of the office a publication has been developed in the form of a newspaper with a magazine supplement which is much more than a simple portfolio: in a series of long interviews covering 24 pages not only DMAA but also fellow professionals, colleagues and clients provide information about what defines and drives this architectural office. This first edition of ZOOM is rounded off by the magazine 360°
which presents the team’s important projects in the form of 22 pages full of large-format photos.
21 September 2017
Three years after completion of DC Tower 1 in Donau City a monograph of the currently tallest building in Vienna has been published by DISTANZ Verlag.
With the DC Tower 1, the French architect Dominique Perrault has created a new landmark for Vienna. Austrian artist Markus Krottendorfer has captured its elegant, versatile appearance and the highly complex technological inner life in a photographic essay, highlighting the many exceptional facets of the building. The history of the origins and vision of this project, which has also been important in terms of urban development, are at the center of two discussions lead by Austrian architect journalist Christian Kuhn with Dominique Perrault and real estate developer Thomas Jakoubek.