FARA ON is a multidisciplinary creative community group based in the Czech Republic. Its composition varies according to the nature of the project, yet the common link always remains the possibility of cooperation and expanding the horizons. The focus of its activity is interconnecting architecture with other disciplines of diverse nature, which may contribute to improving the quality of the final solution. The effort to involve the visual element in projects is comparable with the need for technical progress or an ecological approach.
The platform is active in the field of contemporary architecture and urbanism, interior and product design, set design, fashion, visual arts, and multimedia. It searches for all kinds of activities where the above philosophy may be applied.
A founding unit of the platform, a professional grouping not afraid of challenges, with an eye for detail and a creative approach to individual assignments. The services offered include the complete range of design activities concerning architecture and associated disciplines.
Rudolf Müller (*1976) studied at the Faculty of Civil Engineering in Brno and in Copenhagen, Denmark. He began to study architecture after graduating from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, completing the studies in Spain. Within the postgraduate studies focusing on the topic "New methods in architectural design", he studied at the Berlage Institute in the Netherlands and at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Israel. In 2003, he founded with Joseph Kobzík the RGB architectural office, where he served as its co-director. In 2011, he established his own practice and he is behind the emergency of the developing platform FARA - ON (OFF).
Certified architect no. 3756
Czech Chamber of Architects
Current team members:
Petr Kadaňka, Petra Krajčová, Jiří Králík, Martin Křivánek, Rudolf Müller, Dagmar Sitařová
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