ANAH is an architectural practice working on design at various scales. ANAH's work is strongly influenced by an interdisciplinary discourse based on our education and expertise in architecture, design and art. ANAH was founded by Wolfgang and Daniela Novak combining ancient and traditional techniques with new innovations and defining their approach as "new low-high tech“.

ANAH also publishes a periodical with the same name which offers scope for addressing everyday and special subjects as well as discussing social and space-related matters.

Wolfgang Novak

graduated in Architecture from TU Graz and holds a MAS degree in Landscape Architecture from ETH Zurich. He is a licensed architect in the Austrian Chamber of Architects. His work has been featured in many journals and magazines. Wolfgang held teaching positions in Austria and Germany.

Daniela Novak

received her Master of Arts in from University of Art and Design Linz. She gained extended professional experience in collaborating with fashion labels, theaters and in art and design productions.

ANAH’s recent publication

Concrete Utopia (ANAH#6) is conceptualized as an urban, architectural and artistic narrative. The publication shows ANAH’s way of working dedicated to theory and practice. It was launched with a conversation at Printed Matter in NYC and long-listed for the most beautiful German books in 2017 by Stiftung Buchkunst.

For a copy (€/$ 20) contact
ISBN 978-3-00-055465-0 / ISSN 2366-2093

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