Alexandre Pavlidis founded OFFICE MUTO in 2018. Divided between Paris and Athens, his practice is also active in Switzerland while he is currently teaching in ENSA Paris-Val de Seine. Graduated from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL, Msc Arch), he has been working with architects that formed his practice such as Rem Koolhaas at OMA, and David Chipperfield at DCA.
OFFICE MUTO aims to create spaces that suggest action and imagination through the precise definition of the silent and ordinary elements of architecture to welcome the transient movements of life. An architecture that highlights the beauty of the banal and the beauty of nature. Rather than the over-expressive character of lots of contemporary creations, we aim to create an architecture that does not speak too much, spaces that are silent but implicit — full of meaning and potentials — to inspire the life it contains.