We are thrilled to announce another or our guest speakers for the GET OVER IT! symposium on May the 12th...MUF architects!
MUF began in 1996 in London as a practise focusing not only on architecture but also art, urban space and temporary interventions aiming to create “spaces that have an equivalence of experience for all who navigate them both physically and conceptually”. The practice have won a variety of prestigious awards such as 2008 European Prize for Public Space (the first UK winner) for a new 'town square' in Barking,and have recently been working on the site around the London 2012 Olympics looking at ‘alternative legacies’ for the area. MUF also hosted the British Pavillion at the 2010 Venice Biennale, and the partners are now also visting professors at Yale University.
“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 understood not as a concession but as the gorgeous norm; creating 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.”