Sabine Müller

Sabine Müller, a founding partner of SMAQ – architecture urbanism research, received a Diploma in Architecture from Kassel University and a Master in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, Graduate School for Architecture Planning and Preservation in New York. She worked with West 8 (Rotterdam) and Asymptote (New York) before establishing SMAQ with Andreas Quednau in 2001 first in Rotterdam (2001-2005), then in 2005 in Berlin and in 2009 in Stuttgart.

Sabine Müller has received several international awards including the Architectural Review Award for Emerging Architects and the Holcim Award for Sustainable Construction both in 2008. She taught at Karlsruhe State School for Design (2002), from 2004-2005 at the Delft University of Technology and was Assistant Professor at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Chair of Urban Design from 2006-2011. In 2013 was was Adviser at the BauhausLAB in Dessau. In 2012 and 2015 she was Visiting Critic at Cornell University, NY. Since August 2015 she is Professor for Urbanism at the Oslo School of Architecture.