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Research from Tobias Danielmeier
College of Art, Design and Architecture
Tobias Danielmeier is an Associate Professor at the College of Art, Design and Architecture. His research and professional practice investigates the interface between industrial architecture and spaces for hospitality. His work focuses on how processes and production flows can be improved spatially, how buildings aid and optimise energy and water use, use of solar active and passive strategies, creation of positive and lasting visitor experiences, as well as place and corporate identity expressed through our built environment.
Many of his architectural designs have gained national and international awards in the disciplines of architecture, design and engineering.
Teaching subject includes design studio, construction, architectural technologies, building sciences, as well as strategic architecture and planning. Tobias has also a wealth of postgraduate supervision.
Danielmeier, T. (2019)
Future Learner Capabilities for the Creative Disciplines. Cumulus Conference Rovaniemi 2019, 27.5. - 1.6.2019, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland.
Willis, S., Achterberg, K., Kean,M., Danielmeier,T., Orchiston,C., Fersterer, C. & Fay, C. (2017)
Climate Safe Housing: Where Mitigation and Adaptation Meet. Active Living and Environment International Symposium: Towards a Healthier and More Sustainable Future. Dunedin, New Zealand, 28-30 August 2017.
Chapter in Book
Danielmeier, T. (2016)
Coffee Table Artefacts. Cayer A., Deamer P., Korsh S., Peterson E., & Shvartzberg M. (eds.), Asymmetric Labors: The Economy of Architecture in Theory and Practice. The Architecture Lobby. New York, 2016.
Danielmeier, T. Albrecht, J.N. (2015)
Architecture and Future Food and Wine Experiences. Danielmeier, T., & Albrecht, J. N., Architecture and future food and wine experiences. In I. Yeoman, U. McMahon-Beattie, K. Fields, J. N. Albrecht & K. Meethan (Eds.), The future of food tourism: Foodies, experiences, exclusivity, visions and political capital, Bristol, UK: Channel View, 2015, pp. 87-100.
Danielmeier, T. (2014)
Winery Architecture: Creating a Sense of Place. Harvey, M., White, L., & Frost, W. (eds.), Wine and Identity: Branding, Heritage, Terroir. Routledge, 2014.