Albin Müller started his career as a cabinetmaker and draughtsman in his father's studio and in various factories before going to the Applied Arts School in Mainz.. He won a first prize for interior architecture in Dresden in 1899. He won a Grand Prize for his work on the Magdeburg room at the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. In 1906 he went to work with Olbrich in the Darmstadt artists community.

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