Miller Hull

Margaret Sprug

AIA, Principal

Seattle Studio

Margaret has built a reputation for facilitating complex projects and is responsible for helping Miller Hull break new ground with highly sustainable Living Buildings. Living Buildings represent a new benchmark in sustainability that surpasses LEED® Platinum requirements, including net zero energy and net zero water. Currently, Margaret is spearheading the effort within the firm to “green our specifications” by highlighting the toxins pervasive in construction materials; helping manufacturers recognize effective non-toxic alternatives and is leading the effort to partner with Lawrence Berkley National Labs research project: “Delivering Guaranteed Energy Performance”.

Lectures & Juries

Related Projects

  • 333 Dexter Mixed-Use Development
  • Bothell City Hall & Civic Center
  • Bullitt Center
  • College of Architecture & Environmental Design, Kent State University, Competition
  • Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center
  • The Living Building at Georgia Tech
  • Miller Hull Seattle Studio Renovation
  • Natural and Environmental Science Testing and Teaching Center (NESTT), Eastern Washington University