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September 8, 2009

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Showcased in their new book, Public Works, the award-winning and energy-conscious designs of The Miller|Hull Partnership (recipient of the 2003 AIA Architecture Firm of the Year Award) challenge the notion that public buildings must be mundane in appearance or functionality. While the Pacific Northwest is home to the firm - which has defined their modern and regionalist approach to architecture - in recent years, they have embraced the challenge of urban dwellings in Chicago.

David Miller is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and Partner in The Miller|Hull Partnership. Miller discussed the firm's unique design philosophy and highlighted recent projects, including several in Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood.

 

Recorded Tuesday, September 08, 2009 at Chicago Architecture Foundation.