Hans-Walter Müller was born on the 25th December 1935 in Germany.
He graduated as an engineer from Darmstadt Polytechnical School Germany in 1961. He continued his architectural studies in Paris and started his architectural research using the materials available at that time: artificial light, the projected image, the sound, the plastic material, electric motors, serving the architecture of movement (1965).
He is known for being part the -cinematic art- movement, developing and opening new fields of opportunity for architecture, which then became -air architecture- (1965-2006).
For the past forty-five years he has been living and working in France, at La Ferté-Alais, in one of his inflatable houses on an airfield in which he works on his artwork. He is the creator of numerous projects in France and abroad which have found their utility at the heart of reality.