The book shows a multitude of commissions: new builds, conversions, interior designs through to objects such as furniture and lamps. At each scale level, a basic idea is introduced, a theme as the backbone of the project. The recent large architecture projects also depart from a similar vision.
Under the label ‘styleless’, dmvA makes every possible style its own. In this way, the office immediately removes every limitation and at the same time supports the concept that timeless architecture does not exist. They act as scenario writers, transforming the programme into a screenplay, spaces into sequences and allowing the building to tell a different story every time. They are no mathematical theorists, but designers driven by emotion, commitment, art and sex, resulting in a plastic, thoroughly detailed architecture in which maximalism is achieved in a minimalist manner.