Miller Hull


WSU: Founding partners, David Miller and Robert Hull meet as undergraduate architecture students at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington.

  • 1968 – 1970/72

    Peace Corps

  • 1970

    First Earth Day

  • 1977

    The Miller Hull Partnership, LLP founded

  • 1980 – 1981

    Passive solar houses and earth sheltered homes

  • 1984

    World Meteorlogical Society predicts global warming

  • 1985 – 1990

    Small footprint cabins

  • 1991

    First large corporate client: Boeing Cafeteria

  • 1997

    Kyoto Protocol

    First border crossing commissioned under new GSA Design Excellence Program

    First major water conservation project: BES Portland

  • 1998

    USGBC launches LEED 1.0

    First AIA Earth Day Top 10 award: Patagonia Distribution Center

  • 1999

    "Ten Houses: Miller Hull Partnership" book published

  • 2000

    First extensive use of FSC certified wood in the Pacific Northwest: Bainbridge Island City Hall

  • 2001

    “Miller Hull – Architects of the Pacific Northwest” book published

    First urban infill project: 1310 E. Union

  • 2002

    One of the first LEED Buildings in Seattle: Fisher Pavilion

  • 2003

    AIA National Firm of the Year Award

  • 2004

    Creating a Humane Workplace: Pierce Co. Environmental Services

  • 2005

    "Toward a New Regionalism, Environmental Architecture in the Pacific Northwest" book published

    First movable structure: South Lake Union Discovery Center

  • 2006

    WSU Alumni Achievement Award

    Miller Hull enters the Chicago market: 156 West Superior Condominiums

    Living Building Challenge 1.0 launched

  • 2009

    "Miller Hull - Public Works" monograph published

    Building as (sustainable) Teacher: Bertschi School

  • 2010

    AIA Seattle Medal of Honor

  • 2011

    San Diego Studio opens

  • 2012

    Seattle Center 50 Year Celebration: House of the Immediate Future

  • 2013

    First certified commercial Living Building: Bullitt Center

    First LEED Platinum Border Crossing: San Ysidro

    First major international project: Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment

  • 2016

    First diplomatic design work with U.S. Department of State: Niamey, Niger

    Second Living Building in progress: Georgia Tech

  • 2017

    Pike Place Market, MarketFront addition

  • 2019

    SEATAC International Arrivals Terminal