Miller Hull

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The Miller Hull Partnership, established in 1977 by David Miller and Robert Hull, is a Seattle based architecture firm. The two architects have always worked in collaboration—one partner birthing an idea, and the other refining. They choose to concern themselves with issues of place & emerging "green" technologies. In addition to numerous publications, they are the recipients of the 2003 American Institute of Architects Architecture Firm Award, the AIA's highest honor. David Miller, FAIA discussed the Miller/Hull Partnership’s work, including the Fisher Pavilion at the Seattle Center, one of the AIA Committee on the Environment’s (COTE) 2003 Top Ten Green Buildings in the Spotlight on Design Lecture Series held at the National Building Museum in 2003.

Building Projects[edit]

  • Gorton/Bounds Cabin
  • Marine Technology Facility, Seattle Central Community College
  • Art Studios, Evergreen State College
  • Novotny Cabin
  • Boeing Cafeteria
  • Bullitt Center
  • Marquand Retreat
  • University of Washington, Coaches Boat House
  • Olympic College, Shelton
  • Passenger-Only Ferry Terminal
  • Environmental Pavilion, 1996 Summer Olympics
  • NW Federal Credit Union
  • Lake Washington School District Resource Center
  • Tahoma National Cemetery
  • Point Robert's Border Station
  • North Kitsap Transportation Station
  • Water Pollution Control Laboratory
  • Discovery Park Visitors Center
  • Yaquina Head Interpretive Center
  • Hansman Residence
  • Campbell Orchard Residence
  • Ching Cabin
  • Michaels/Sisson Residence
  • Roddy/Bale Residence
  • Fremont Public Association
  • Vashon Island Transfer and Recycling Station
  • King Country Library Service Center
  • Bainbridge Island City Hall

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