David Miller, FAIA
Founding Partner, The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP
A founding partner of Miller Hull, David is known nationally for pursuing innovative sustainable and high-performance design strategies while responding to each site’s unique conditions and surrounding context. David has served as the design partner on numerous projects at Miller Hull.
David is the former Chair of the Department of Architecture and currently a tenured professor of architecture at the University of Washington. He has been a member of numerous design juries including serving as Chair of National AIA
Honor Awards in 2011. He has a long record of lectures at universities throughout the U.S, as well as Canada, Japan and Italy and taught design studio as a visiting professor at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, University of Oregon and University of Maryland. Miller has directed the University of Washington’s Architecture in Rome Program in 1996, 2000, 2003 and 2009 and the University of Washington’s Mexico City studio in Winter 2013 and 2017. In 2006, David received three unique awards: the Washington State University Alumni Achievement Award, the Seattle AIA Gold Medal, and the AIA Pacific Region Medal of Honor for Lifetime Achievement recognizing him as an architect whose career has made a significantly positive contribution to the built environment.
Recent projects of note include: The Pike Place Market Front in Seattle (Washington AIA Civic Design Award), the Renton Library for King County (AIA national award), and design of the new American Embassy in Guatemala.