Miller Hull

Ron Rochon

FAIA, Partner

Seattle Studio

Exploring how architecture can affect the significant role buildings play in carbon emissions and carbon management is Ron’s career-spanning passion, with the elegant integration of high-performance architecture and engineering the emergent hallmark of his practice. Since assuming the role of managing partner at Miller Hull, Ron has taken the highly firm to the next level as a thriving practice addressing contemporary design challenges by incorporating science and technology. His vision and leadership in advancing processes and systems that facilitate research and computer based modeling is integral to developing progressive solutions to complex high performance design problems, the lessons of which he willingly imparts with others in a spirit of ‘open source’ communication to advance impactful design on a broad scale.

Lectures & Juries

  • Seattle Architecture Foundation ‘Design in Depth’ Panel | New Regionalism & Northwest Design
  • Related Projects

  • Bothell City Hall & Civic Center
  • Bullitt Center
  • Fisher Pavilion at Seattle Center
  • Habitat for Humanity ‘House of the Immediate Future’
  • The Living Building at Georgia Tech
  • Miller Hull Seattle Studio Renovation
  • Natural and Environmental Science Testing and Teaching Center (NESTT), Eastern Washington University
  • STREAM Building, Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences
  • Structural & Nano Materials Engineering Building, University of California San Diego