MULTISTORY Guest Lecture
Marianne Mueller, Casper Mueller Kneer Architects
6pm Thurs 21 Nov

We are pleased to announce a Multistory guest lecture by: Marianne Mueller // Architect, Casper Mueller Kneer Architects Thursday 21st November 2013 // Drinks 5.30pm // Lecture 6pm // Architecture Building Foyer // Marianne is a graduate of TU Darmstadt and the Architectural Association in London. She worked with ‘CHORA’ / Raoul Bunschoten before establishing Mueller Kneer Associates in 1997, a practice that has been recognised as one of the leading young practices in the UK. She is a founding partner of Casper Mueller Kneer. Marianne has been teaching at the University of East London, was Guest Professor at the TU Berlin leading the chair of Design and Construction, Unit Master at the Architectural Association and Visiting Lecturer in Urban Design at Cardiff University. She is currently co-directing the AA Berlin Laboratory and leads theConcrete Geometries Research Cluster at the AA, an initiative that investigates the relationship between architectural form and social processes. Casper Mueller Kneer was established in 2010 to combine the experience of architectural practices Büro Jens Casper in Berlin (German Architecture Award for Concrete 2008, BDA Award Berlin 2009, The Chicago Atheneum Award 2009 etc) and Mueller Kneer Associates in London (AJ Corus 40 Under 40 Award, the most promising young architects in the UK). The practice works internationally on cultural projects and spaces for the arts for private and institutional clients, and has recently been awarded a AIA UK Chapter Design Excellence Commendation and the RIBA 2012 Award. Casper Mueller Kneer understands the act of building as a cultural practice, reflecting on the tangible material organisation of space as well as the immaterial and negotiable realities that shape it. // Multistory is a student and alumni led guest lecture programme series at Canterbury School of Architecture, University for the Creative Arts that seeks to invite architects, designers, writers, curators, photographers and artists to speak about their work.