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Contemporary Architecture Practice London, UK Design Studio
muf Architects – Recent Project
Venice Biennale British Pavilion, Italy
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muf architecture/art design : Venice Biennale British Pavilion
The British Pavilion at the 12th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, under the direction of muf architecture/art Llp, opens to the public on Sunday 29 August 2010.
The Pavilion is ironically reframed Villa Frankenstein, making direct reference to the ideas of the British Victorian social critic and historian of Venetian architecture John Ruskin. It has been conceived by muf as a stage for an exchange of ideas between Venice and the UK.
Designs by muf architecture/art, alphabetical:
Barking Town Square, east London – Essex, England
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muf architects : Barking Town Square
muf won 2008 European Prize for Public Space for this project
Birmingham Museum – Multi-sensory installation, Birmingham, England
Pleasure Garden of the Utilities, Stoke on Trent, England
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Lowe building – proposal, Whitmore Rd, Hoxton, east London
Redcliffe Wharf, Bristol, southwest England
Alec French Architects with muf
More projects by muf Architects online soon
First building by muf
Pavilion for a Roman mosaic, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
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muf Architects – Practice Information
Formed in 1994/95, muf architecture/art is a collaborative practice of art and architecture committed to public realm projects that embed enduring and unexpected interventions into the physical and social fabric of the urban environment.
The practice philosophy is driven by an ambition to realise the potential pleasures that exist at the intersection between the lived and the built.
Current projects by muf range from a new library for Dalston, a re-visiting of Beckton Alp and an education-led masterpan for Cologne.
muf has an international reputation for its site-specific research driven public projects, which negotiate between the built and social fabric; between public and private spaces
Muf Architects : London Architect Studio
Liza Fior of muf talked at the RIAS Conference in 2002:
Fior talked of her bench-building project to build bridges in Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, where the use of pottery being particular to the site was used in an unusual but rooted way.
Projects in St. Albans and East London were also covered.
[Review – Adrian Welch]
London Architecture : news + key projects
photo © Adrian Welch
muf Building – image provided by RIAS May 2002
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