Mullerat was educated as an architect in the UK and traveled extensively through cities in Europe, where his passion for city planning began. He completed his studies in the US, receiving dual Masters in Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Miami. He has continued his passion for inquiry as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Miami. He often lectures at other universities, including Harvard, UPC, and Barcelona, on resiliency, urban revitalization, city health, transportation planning, equity, and place-making.
Mullerat has authored projects on five continents, from neighborhood parks to citywide master plans. Among them, the 2019 International Livable Cities Award and the Little Havana Revitalization Plan, in collaboration with the National Trust, the Wynwood Master Plan, recipient of the APA’s 2017 National Economic Planning Award, and Songhua Lake, recipient of the 2015 Chinese Kingpan Award. In 2013, Mullerat was honored as the Urban Designer of the Year by the AIA Miami.
Mullerat serves on several International Boards and Committees that deal with livability and the built environment, including as the past-Chair of the American Planning Association’s Florida Gold Coast Section.
Mullerat believes that it is in our shared spaces where our cultural DNA is shaped and our collective identity evolves; it is in those places where we become part of something larger than ourselves. By creating them and capturing the life within them, we induce and become witnesses of our evolution as people.