muf architecture/art have worked in many corners of London, and so we have organised the London room of the Library into different boroughs, with a list of the documents each one contains:
Barking: The Barking Code
Camden: Whittington Estate Play Strategy
Croydon: Ruskin Square
Greenwich and Bexley: The Ridgeway
Hackney: Making Space in Dalston; Is this what you call Localism
Newham: Open Spaces that are not Parks; Security, Mobility, Pleasure
Redbridge: Seven Kings
Tower Hamlets: Altab Ali Park, Aldgate Connections; High Street 2012
Tower Hamlets belongs to the Olympic Fringe as detailed below, and is also the host borough to the High Street 2012 Projects. muf authored three of these: Altab Ali Park, Mile End Wastes and Mile End Park.
A special room is dedicated to muf’s work on the Olympic Fringe: Project Descriptions; We are Artists how can we Help?; Art Camp; The Wick Newspaper
Since 2008, Muf has been involved in strategic discussions and projects exploring how the Olympic terrain – the parts of London immediately affected by redevelopment associated with the 2012 Olympics – can include a creative and productive public realm. Muf has acted as consultants for the London Legacy Development Corporation, and collaborated with architects, landscape designers and artists on various programmes.