DMAA starts new online magazine »Questions and Architecture«
“As architects, we create places all around the globe that seek to intensify the collective discussion. We are delighted that we are now able to transfer this ambition to the digital level in the shape of ›Questions and Architecture‹.”
A magazine as an open platform
The programmatic title of the magazine »Questions and Architecture« expresses the corporate philosophy that is the lifeblood of DMAA. The office, which was founded in 1993 by Roman Delugan and Elke Delugan-Meissl and which they have run together with Martin Josst and Dietmar Feistel since 2004, sees itself as a cultural and unifying force in an evolving society. As an open platform, »Questions and Architecture« also seeks connections – between architecture and people, between subject areas, formats and representatives of a wide range of specialist fields. It is, for example, a meeting place for architectural experts and authors from related disciplines, for philosophical positions and artistic articles and for journalistic interviews and spotlights from DMAA’s in-house laboratory. »Questions and Architecture« sees itself as an invitation to the broader public and offers a unique context in which an architectural office can communicate and reflect upon its own work.
From nature to the built environment
The first edition of »Questions and Architecture« revolves around the broad subject area of (domesticated) nature and brings together articles by the philosopher Konrad Paul Liessmann (»Animals. Humans and their Nature«) and the editor-in-chief Wolfgang Fiel (»Life on Mars«), as well as a discussion about climatic and energy concepts (»Building for Plants«) with Thomas Auer, managing director of Transsolar and professor of Building Technology and Climate Responsive Design at the Technical University of Munich. A site diary (»Taiyuan Botanical Garden«) and photographic positions from Lukas Schaller, Ines Lechleitner and Theresa Wey symbolically represent the broad formal and geographical (as far as China!) scope of the magazine. In future, topical sections such as interviews, reports and commentaries will be continuously updated with formats such as videos and photo stories. The objective is to encourage a new culture of talking about architecture: »Questions and Architecture«.
The online magazine »Questions and Architecture« is joined by an occasional newsletter and the first appearance of DMAA on Instagram. Media representatives can register for media releases in the press section of the new website. All those who are interested are welcome to register for the newsletter on the home page of the website.
DMAA’s new campaign is the work of a broad, multidisciplinary team from the areas of design, architectural theory and cultural communications centred on the Vienna agency Szenario Design. The visual design and concept for the company website dmaa.at is the responsibility of grafisches Büro.
Any questions about the magazine and the broader communications agenda can be sent to Matthias K. Heschl (press and marketing »Questions and Architecture«) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please send general press and interview queries to email@example.com. Press photos and texts from Delugan Meissl Associated Architects can be found in the press section of the DMAA website.
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Delugan Meissl Associated Architects
Delugan Meissl Associated Architects (DMAA) adds value to places through an architecture with clear contours that intensifies given qualities with new spatial choreographies. The office made an international name for itself with cultural projects including the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, the Festspielhaus Erl and eye filmmuseum in Amsterdam, as well as a series of unconventional residential buildings.
DMAA stands for exploration and emotion, technical refinement and an informed position, which is focussed on social questions and ecological issues. The Vienna-based office was founded in 1993 by Elke Delugan-Meissl and Roman Delugan, who have shared the management with Dietmar Feistel and Martin Josst since 2004. DMAA comprises an international team of more than thirty architects, 3D engineers and other creative professionals. The latest projects are being realised in Europe, China and the USA.
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