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Peter Muller (architect) was born on 3 July, 1927 in Adelaide, Australia, is an Architect. Discover Peter Muller (architect)’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 96 years old?

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Age 96 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 3 July 1927
Birthday 3 July
Birthplace Adelaide, Australia
Nationality Australia

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The Hoyts cinema Centre, designed in 1966 and completed in 1969, is considered unique due to the shape of the building, taking similar traits to an upside down oriental pagoda was seen to be of considerable interest in the local area. In fact the design was based on a structural idea of bracketing each floor out similar to the way in which very wide eave overhangs were created in Chinese and Japanese roofs. This particular building is the largest built project by Peter Muller and was the first ‘cinema centre’ of its kind in Australia; housing three screens in the complex.


He later moved to Marulan, New South Wales where he practiced at home in his grazing property “Glenrock”. In 1962 Muller tutored at the University of New South Wales and worked as a director of the National Capital Branch of the National Capital Development Commission in Canberra from 1975 to 1977. This helped and allowed him to author ‘The Esoteric Nature of Griffin’s Design for Canberra’ in 1976. Later, in 1978, he was the founding Principal of Regional Design and Research and he has acted independently from locations all around the world as a consultant for ‘Peter Muller International’.


949 Barrenjoey Road, Palm Beach, Sydney, Australia, 1956


In 1953, Muller married Rosemary Winn Patrick. They had three children named Peter, Suzy and James. In 1964, they divorced and he married Carole Margaret Mason, whom he also divorced in 1991. He remarried, but three years after the death of his third wife, Helen Hayes, in 2001, he returned to Sydney and reunited with Carole.


Muller took an alternative design approach to the then-contemporary modern movement He travelled and lived in many places around the world which included France, London, Bali, South Australia and Sydney. He had several influences including Adrian Snodgrass (1952), Albert Read (1954) and lastly, Frank Lloyd Wright (1952) whom only “influenced him on the Audette house at the beginning of his practice”. In Sydney 1953, Muller worked in his own architectural practice called ‘The Office of Peter Muller’. He avoided synthetic finishes and instead used natural materials, as he felt strongly about the Australian landscape. This is reflected in many of his Sydney contemporaries.


Muller won the Board of Architectural Education and Royal Australian Institute of Architects traveling scholarship in 1947. He won a Fulbright Traveling Scholarship and was awarded a Graduate Tuition Scholarship at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia in 1950/1951, where he obtained a Master of Architecture degree. Muller became an Associate of the Royal British Institute of Architects. He began private practice in Sydney in 1952.


Muller was born in Adelaide and educated at St Peter’s College from 1942 to 1944. He studied at the University of Adelaide graduating with Bachelor of Engineering degree together with the South Australian School of Mines and Industries graduating with a Fellowship in Architecture in 1948.


Peter Neil Muller AO, (born 3 July 1927) is an Australian architect with works in New South Wales, Victoria, Adelaide, Bali and Lombok.