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Designer & Architect / b. 1991

BEIRUT+9613171112   LONDON+447901199229

@adrianmuller_
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 Image credit: Jad Melki.   Let's Talk About Red  2017 by  Mohammad Kanaan .

Image credit: Jad Melki.  Let's Talk About Red 2017 by Mohammad Kanaan.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

TUMO Center for Creative Technologies YEREVAN, ARMENIA 
2017  How Big is Architecture?
Conducted a two-week Architecture-Lab with Arin Aprahamian of MÜLLER APRAHAMIAN, about the understanding and use of scale as a tool for architecture and design.

 

MÜLLER APRAHAMIAN BEIRUT, LEBANON
2017-Present CO-FOUNDER
Architecture & Interiors practice established with Arin Aprahamian in 2017.

 

CAMPUS SOCIETY LONDON, UK 
2014-2016 CREATIVE DIRECTOR
UI/UX (user interface & experience) design, branding, visual communication, and design-language systems for a social-network tech startup.

 

.PSLAB BEIRUT, LEBANON 
2013 / 2014 DESIGNER (part-time)
Design and production of lighting, installation pieces, and detailing-systems for the studio’s product line.

 

ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS LONDON, UK 
2013 INTERNSHIP
Exhibition, Interior, and Product Design

2012 INTERNSHIP
Installation Design & Construction

2011 INTERNSHIP
Design Development, Representation, and Model Making

Buenos Aires Biennale - Interior & installation of ZHA exhibition.
100DESIGN London - Exhibition & shop furniture for SAMSUNG & Heidi.com.
Alessi - Custom packaging of ZHD's ‘Niche’.

Installation Piece for ZHDesign Gallery inspired by roof of KAPSARC, KSA.
Visualisations and handmade paper-relief / 3D foam models for the Serpentine Gallery extension, SOHO Galaxy in Beijing, and Capital Hill Residence in Moscow.

 

FOUAD SAMARA ARCHITECTS BEIRUT, LEBANON  
2013 INTERNSHIP
3D Modelling & Execution Drawings
Design and production drawings of main building, race-track, landscaping, grandstand, and the starting gantry for an International Karting Race-Track.

 

SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS BOISBUCHET, FRANCE  
2012 WORKSHOP
Domaine De Boisbuchet - Nature Room
Design and construction of a space that is euqal parts achitecture and nature.

 

BATIMAT ARCHITECTS BEIRUT, LEBANON  
2010 INTERNSHIP
Design Proposal & Development
Chalet, villa, and apartment design for the Beit Misk development project.

 

AWARDS

RIBA President’s Medals  2014 - Nominated for the American University of Beirut  
Dean’s Award for Creative Achievement  2014 - for Undergraduate Thesis Projects  
Areen Projects Award  2014 - for Excellence in Architecture , 3rd Prize  
International Design Awards  2009 - Honourable Mention

 

EDUCATION

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF BEIRUT BEIRUT, LEBANON
2014 Bachelor Degree of Architecture
2012 Minor in Art History

 

SKILLS

• Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
• 3D Studio Max, Grasshopper, Rhinoceros, Sketchup
• Sketch, JustInMind
• Advanced conceptual design, visual representation, detail-design, model making, and writing.

 

LANGUAGE

Fluent in ENGLISH and ARABIC, conversant in FRENCH and GERMAN

 

 

 
 
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After graduating from the American University of Beirut in 2014 with a bachelor degree in architecture and a minor in art history, Adrian Müller moved to London as a design consultant in the tech-startup space.

In 2017 the Lebanese-born designer returned to establish his practice in Beirut; a city unique in its intimate access to industry, manufacturing and skilled handicraft.

From architecture to jewellery, lighting to furniture & objects of desire, Müller’s work spans a wide range of scales and industries, employing precise, 'performative’ geometry in its construction and assembly.

Adrian Müller pieces are governed by proportion, materiality, gestalt principles, intuition, and innovation. Bold & captivating, the final products of Müller’s process are new, timeless, and inherently collectible.

Müller is based between Beirut & London and is currently developing a line of limited-edition eyepieces in collaboration with an exclusive luxury eyewear brand due for market in 2019.

 

 
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