Josef Christian Kamelger | Project Manager
I consider myself a reliable and precise person. That’s why I try to give meaning and a rule to everything, even to those things that doesn’t really have a sense. I also like to get my hands on what I design, because I believe that a good designer can improve only by experience; and the experience is a physical process, not only mental. And finally…well, I’m a supporter of F.C. Internazionale!
Because I think it’s the perfect place to express your own creativity.
If you had to choose an object or an architecture…
“National Assembly Building of Bangladesh” by Louis Kahn.
“The great thing about being an architect, is that you can walk into your dreams”. Harold E. Wagoner
Graduated in Industrial and Urban Architecture at Politecnico di Milano, Josef starts immediately to work with several architectural firms, always facing new challenges: from the work for setting up the Brazilian and Austrian pavilion for the Venice Biennale in 2002 and 2004, to the develop of German Pavilion for Milano Expo 2015 and Astana Expo 2017. To the job as an architect, able to interface with different professionals, technical offices and public administrations, he combines by few years the one as designer. He signs in fact a collection of furnishings in cardboard, material ha appreciates because it’s stylish, solid and recyclable, for which he won several awards at the Annual International Design Award in 2014 and 2015. He’s been working for MMA Projects since 2013 and is the project manager for some of the most important firm projects, he is involved also in the software and hardware management of MMA.