Muf architecture/art

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Since 1994 muf architecture/art has established a reputation for pioneering and innovative projects that address the social, spatial and economic infrastructures of the public realm. muf are specialists in public realm architecture and art. The practice philosophy is driven by an ambition to realize the potential pleasures that exist at the intersection between the lived and the built. The creative process is underpinned by a capacity to establish effective client relationships that reveal and value the desires and experience of varied constituencies.

Access is not a concession but the gorgeous norm; we create spaces that have an equivalence of experience for all who navigate them both physically and conceptually, muf deliver quality and strategical durable projects that inspire a sense of ownership through occupation.

Interview with Florian Heilmeyer, 2010
Notes from a presentation by Juliet Bidgood, 2000

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Prizes and Awards

2012
Swiss Architecture Prize (nominee)
2011
muf: Public Realm Architect of the Year (BD Architect of the Year Awards)
J&L Gibbons with muf (Making Space in Dalston): Landscape Institute President’s Award
Barking Central, Public Realm Architect: RIBA Award
2010
Eastern Curve (Making Space in Dalston): Hackney Design Award
Leysdown Rose Tinted, Rosa Ainley and muf architecture/art: Arts and Health Award
Mies Van der Rohe Prize (nominee)
2008
Barking Town Square: Winner of European Public Space Prize 2008
Mies van der Rohe Prize (nominee)

2007
Whitecross Street: The Islington Society Architecture and Conservation Award
2003
Camden Arts Centre: Art for Architecture Award
2000
Hypocaust Building Competition: St Albans City and District Council
muf: Jane Drew Prize shortlist

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Clients