The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2019

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2019

Introduction: The daily image published on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud continues to grow its audience with around 19,500 followers on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook and now on Instagram. In 2019, the 365 images received just over

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2018

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2018

​ Introduction: The daily image published on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud continues to grow its audience with around 16,800 followers on Tumblr and Twitter. In 2018, the 365 images received just under 60,000 notes, comments, likes…

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2017

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2017

Our daily image published on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud continues to grow its audience with around 13,500 followers on Tumblr and Twitter. In 2017, the 365 images received just under 43,000 notes, comments

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2016

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2016

Introduction: For the last eight years, we have published a daily image on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud. This started out as a collection of images that we wanted to keep for easy reference – a sort of Pinterest before its time – but I developed...
Curating OfHouses: Morris and Steedman

Curating OfHouses: Morris and Steedman

In late 2015, I was invited by Daniel Tudor Munteanu to curate a three-week contribution to OfHouses a daily updated collection of old forgotten houses. OfHouses is approaching its fiftieth curation and has featured a fascinating range of buildings gathered together by some of the most interesting practitioners …

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2015

The best of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud 2015

For the last seven years, I have published a daily image on Tumblr under the banner of the Cosmic Inspiro-Cloud. This started out as a collection of images that I wanted to keep for easy reference – a sort of Pinterest before its time – but I developed a curiosity about the popularity of certain images

Willie Miller, the founder and principal of WMUD, died on 12th January 2021 after a short illness. Willie was a much-loved husband and father and had a huge circle of friends  and professional colleagues. He was a multi-talented urban designer whose work had a major impact on hundreds of cities, towns and neighbourhoods throughout the UK and over the past 25 years. He also worked in Ireland, the Channel Islands and the USA.

Ines Triebel has been with WMUD since 2005, and she will continue the practice, drawing on her skills as a planner and designer. Ines has worked on place strategies, masterplans, policy guidance, regeneration and development frameworks, and the design of public realm and streetscape projects. She has extensive experience of working with communities, including charrettes.

WMUD will continue its long-standing strategic partnerships with Benton Scott-Simmons, Nick Wright Planning, Kevin Murray Associates, icecream architecture, yellow book and others. Please direct inquiries to Ines at [email protected] or contact any of the practices named above.