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16 Narrow Quay

Wed 6 Jun 2018
18:30 - 20:00

£9 / £7

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Join co-founder of muf architecture / art, Liza Fior, as she discusses some of the practice’s recent and current projects including, The Culture House in front of your nose in Sweden.

muf architecture / art is an internationally recognised practice, whose work is a collaboration between art and architecture. Projects range from urban design schemes to small-scale temporary interventions via landscapes and buildings. They contain a continual dialogue between detail and strategy, where the approach is open-ended, process driven and experimental.

This keynote talk is part of the Architecture Centre’s Urban Room project which this year focuses on diversity in placemaking. Muf will respond to the theme of ‘women and placemaking’ in the Architecture Centre’s gallery space (4 July to 16 September 2018).

“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.”

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