Amy Muir has over 15 years of experience in high end residential, commercial and public architecture. Holding degrees in both Interior Design and Architecture from RMIT University has ensured that the practice places equal value on the holistic crafting of interior and external form as one.
Amy is a Director of MUIR Architecture that takes pride in being inclusive, acknowledging that strong and successful projects are the result of a collaborative relationship between the client, community and the design team. MUIR has been recognised through state and national awards and the work has been widely published locally and internationally. Amy is also a lecturer at RMIT University and is committed to establishing strong links between her teaching and research, architecture practice and public advocacy through her role as the Immediate Past Victorian President of the Australian Institute of Architects.
MUIR Architecture in collaboration with OPENWORK won the 2019 Bruce Mackenzie Landscape Award, a prestigious category of the Think Brick Awards that acknowledges innovation and sophisticated approach with the use of clay and concrete masonry for landscape and urban design. Shortly after, Amy joined a jury panel for the 2020 Think Brick Awards, bringing her profound knowledge and expertise in the field.
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Doubleground by MUIR Architecture & OPENWORK
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