Who We Are
Muller Architects' diversified work includes civic buildings, educational facilities, restaurants, theaters, hotels, commercial, industrial, shopping centers, recreational and residential commissions. Projects range in scale from interior design to urban design and master planning for extensive commercial and waterfront developments. The firm is recognized for its enterprise in the restoration of significant historical structures and for residential design.
Paul Muller received a Master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania where he was awarded the Paul Philippe Cret Medal for Design Achievement.
Mr. Muller worked in the office of Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown until relocating to Cincinnati in 1981. In 1999, Mr. Muller was named a Visiting Artist/Scholar at the American Academy in Rome.
The work of Muller Architects, Inc. has received international recognition for its design excellence. The firm was selected as one of three firms to represent the United States in an exhibition of designs from twenty nations. Muller Architects has received numerous design awards and is recognized as a leader in structuring community involvement in the design process.
Mr. Muller's work has been exhibited in museums and exhibitions including the Paris Biennale: "New American Architects", at The Ecole des Beaux-Arts, the Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design, the American Academy in Rome, and the Royal Institute of British Architects, London.
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The building was built in 1926 to serve as offices for Hake and Hake, Architects.