ra50: Miller Hull Partnership


Miller Hull's concern for the environment anticipated by decades the profession's current interest in sustainability.


Miller Hull Partnership

  • The Miller Hull Partnership Founding Partner Robert Hull Dies

    The cofounder of the Seattle firm recently passed away at 68.

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    Miller Hull's Upcoming Multifamily Project in Washington, D.C.

    The Miller Hull Partnership has designed a mixed-use, multifamily project for the nation's capital.

  • Rising Star: Studio Dwell Architects

    A Chicago firm finds beauty in restraint.

  • Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, Brooklyn, New York, Polshek Partnership Architects

    Water-Treatment Plants

    Wastewater-treatment plants used to be dirty buildings. Today, architects are cleaning them up.

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    2011 Evergreen Awards On the Boards Winner

    The Bullitt Center in Seattle, by the Miller Hull Partnership.

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    ra50: McKinney York Architects

    McKinney York’s work embraces both clients and the community.

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    Employee Benefits Often Are in Danger When Firm Revenues Erode

    Some firms are struggling to keep offering perks to employees in the down economy.

  • The steel-and-painted-brick structure is the buildings defining architectural ornament; cedar soffits and a cedar screen add warmth. To retain the 50-foot height allowance for commercial zoning, the developer added an 1,800-square-foot office on the ground floor.

    1615 N. Wolcott's Design Team Captures the Essence of Early Chicago School Architecture

    The Miller|Hull Partnership teams with local firm Osterhaus McCarthy to fulfill developer's vision for a Chicago School-inspired glass-and-steel condo building in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood.

  • green, then and now

    Thirty years ago, when 2009 Top Firm Leadership Award winners David Miller, FAIA, and Robert Hull, FAIA, founded The Miller|Hull Partnership, it wasn't terribly unusual for architects to concern themselves with the principles of what would come to be call

  • top firm: the miller|hull partnership

    No region of the United States has a stronger, more deeply rooted, or more characteristically regional modernist architecture than the Pacific Northwest.

  • drawing the line

    Part of the mystique of architects has traditionally come from their hand sketches, those fluid doodles that brilliantly capture the evolution of ideas.

  • 156 w. superior, chicago

    Designed by The Miller|Hull Partnership, with Studio Dwell serving as local architect, this project references Chicago's much-admired early modern steel buildings.

  • roddy/bale garage, bellevue, wash.

    This multipurpose outbuilding was designed on a modest budget, but it rises above its humble endowment. Citing its beautiful construction and detailing, our judges gave it a Grand award.

  • basic training

    This Miller/Hull Partnership project focuses on the sustainable basics of responsible orientation, passive heating and cooling, and sensitive site preparation.

  • corps values

    Whether they were in North Africa or the South Seas, architects say Peace Corps work has changed their lives. Although the program still recruits architects, the largest group participated in the 1960s and '70s, when newly independent countries were undergoing ambitious development programs and...

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