This experimental production combines the potential of digital and print-on-demand publishing for the dissemination of ideas and the provoking of debate, while challenging conventional commercial frameworks of distribution.


Exploring the work of muf architecture/art and their collaborations with artists, writers and designers in London, America and Europe, the inner workings of urban development from a small corner of the UK is explored within a wider global context and from a lateral perspective.


muf's working processes are revealed in a constellation of chapters including critical essays and interviews that identify and explore social ideals and underlying beliefs, aligning them with an archive of muf and their collaborators built and imagined interventions into the public realm.