Delugan Meissl Associated Architects belongs to the Austrian architecture firms which have gained international recognition since the early stages of their development.
Among its first big ventures were two significant subsidised residential projects in Vienna, the Balken, built in 1998, and the Mischek Tower, concluded two years later. Numerous other projects followed, such as the extensively publicised House Ray l, the City Lofts and the Hochhaus on the Wienerberg, which was bestowed the International Highrise Award in 2006.
Among other numerous international competition prizes, the Phoenix City apartment developed for China’s first Architecture Biennale was widely acclaimed by the media. The realisation in 2009 of the new Porsche Museum in Stuttgart Zuffenhausen precipitated a significant leap in terms of notoriety and internationalism. This was followed by the ex-aequo victory in 2008 for the Jordanian Darat King Abdullah II culture centre and opera house in Amman.
In 2010 they also participated in the competition, among four other worldranking teams, for the Scottish Victoria & Albert Museum in Dundee.
Today, the firm positions itself at the forefront of the global architectural discourse through the impact of its realisations, its eagerness to experiment, its sense of realism and vision, its sobriety and passion.
In 2012, the collaboration with renowned manufacturers led to the creation of the brand DMID, Delugan Meissl Industrial Design.
The consequential expansion of the firm’s activities induced the development of successful products such as IYON, a multiple award-winning ceiling spotlight designed for the company Zumtobel, as well as TENDO, a recently launched series of seating furniture.
The realisation of two further prominent buildings assigned to culture, the EYE Film Institute in Amsterdam and the Festival Hall Erl, in 2012, constitute significant milestones in the history of the Viennese company.
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