muf is a collaborative art and architecture practice committed to working in public space. An all-women practice with a string of innovative urban projects and the glory of having been sacked from the Millennium Dome, muf have attained a certain notoriety, largely through media interest often focused on gender rather than architecture. More than a conventional monograph, This is what we do describes and illustrates in detail the processes developed by muf to enable effective consultation with communities. The book, with photographs and illustration throughout, is broadly based around four factors that characterise muf's work - consultation, collaboration, identity and mechanisms. Projects covered include Car-free London, the hypocaust building in St Albans, ?Purity and Tolerance? installation in the Economist building, the Millennium Dome (from which they were famously sacked), Sure Start, the Pleasure Garden of the Utilities in Stoke on Trent and the Museum of Women's Art. The book also includes an essay by Katherine Shonfield, writer and architect, examining muf's work in the context of public space and town planning.