Sabine Müller is, together with Andreas Quednau, founding partner of SMAQ, a Berlin-based collaborative studio for architecture, urbanism and research. SMAQ subcribes to making something that does not work without its environment (H. Haake),  both on the territorial and and object scale.

Sabine Müller is an architect trained at Kassel University Germany and Columbia University New York. She worked with Asymptote New York and West 8 Landscape Architects Rotterdam. She taught at the University of Delft and was an assistant professor at the University of Karlsruhe at the Chair for Urban Design. With her firm SMAQ she has conducted urban research projects as well as architectural, landscape and urban projects in Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America. SMAQ  received an AR Award an a prize at the AA Environmental Tectonics Competition for their public bath in Stuttgart and the Holcim Award for Sustainable Construction for their masterplan Xeritown, Dubai. Their project X-Palm was part of  the Concrete Geometries Symposium.

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