Researcher profile for Tobias Danielmeier
Tobias Danielmeier is an Associate Professor at the College of Art, Design and Architecture. His research and professional practice investigate 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.
Tobias is member of the New Zealand Institute of Architects, Green Building Council, Architectural Designers of New Zealand, Bund Deutscher Baumeister, the Designers Institute of New Zealand, the Building Technology Educators’ Society, and Bund Deutscher Önologen. He regularly acts as juror on architecture and heritage competitions and is on the editorial board of the International Journal for Architecture, Arts and Applications. Tobias has also a wealth of postgraduate supervision.
ORCID profile: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8611-4564
Danielmeier, T. (2022) Architecture. Chapter in Buhalis, D., (ed) Encyclopedia of Tourism Management and Marketing, Edward Elgar Publishing.
Danielmeier T., Farminer A.S., Bull R. (2022) Pātai: A new Heritage and the 3rd space in Aotearoa New Zealand. AMPS: (IN)TANGIBLE HERITAGE(S). University of Kent. 15-17 June 2022
Ronald Bull, Tobias Danielmeier, Andrea Farminer
Danielmeier, T., & McCallum, S. (2021) Research Based Design-Built Challenges Te Manawa Reka Curiosity Symposium - research that impacts on teaching and learning, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, 28 May 2021
Tobias Danielmeier, Sarah McCallum
Danielmeier T., Isbister B., Fay, C. (2021) Data City/Meta House. Creative Practice and/at the In-Betweens Symposium, 1 July 2021 Wintec City Campus Kirikiriroa/Hamilton.
Tobias Danielmeier, Colleen Fay, Blair Isbister
Danielmeier T. (2021) New heritage: cultural discourse and the 3rd space. 2021 Dunedin Heritage Festival Symposium19 November.
Danielmeier T. (2021) Climate Safe House. Rangahau Horonuku Hou, New Research Landscapes, MIT/Unitec Research Symposium 2021, 6-8 December, Auckland.
Danielmeier, T. & Isbister B. (2020) Laugier 2.0. Mapping the Anthropocene Symposium, Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin School of Art, 26 – 27 September.
Tobias Danielmeier, Blair Isbister
Danielmeier, T. (2020) Critical Analysis of learning outcomes gained during a Solar Decathlon: a Case Study approach. Teaching-Learning-Research: Design and Environments. Routledge, AMPS and PARADE In collaboration with Manchester School of Architecture (University of Manchester / Manchester Metropolitan University), Dec 02-04, 2020. Online.
Danielmeier, T. (2019) Future Learner Capabilities for the Creative Disciplines. Cumulus Conference Rovaniemi, 27 May - 1 June, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland.
Albrecht J. N., Danielmeier T., Boudreau P. (2019) The Importance of Architecture in Food and Drink Experiences Within a Tourism Context Journal of Gastronomy and Tourism Volume 4 Issue 1 Pages 41-50 Cognizant Communication Corporation ISSN: 2169-2971, E-ISSN: 2169-298X
J. N. Albrecht, T. Danielmeier (2018) FOOD, PLACE(S), AND VISITOR EXPERIENCES Pecha Kucha, INNZ Conference 2018, 6 -7 Sep, Otago Museum.
Fersterer, C., Danielmeier, T., Fay, C., Achterberg, K., & Willis, S. (2017) Climate Safe House; A Community Housing Project Tackling Catastrophic Sea Level Rise In Coastal Communities. ICSBUA 2017: 19th International Conference on Sustainable Building, Urbanism and Architecture, Venice, Italy. November 13 - 14.
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. (2016) Communicating sustainability values of wine producers. BEST EN Think Tank XV, 12 - 15 July, Berlin - Eberswalde, Germany.
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.