Miller Hull

Architect Studio Recognized for Energy Synergy

Source: San Diego Business Journal

6-1-2020 | News

By Ray Huard

A $1.7 million renovation of a San Diego architectural studio is the first in Southern California to be awarded certification as exceptional in its use of energy, synergy with its surrounding environment and overall beauty.

The architectural firm Miller Hull Partnership also was cited for its use of environmentally-friendly materials and producing a workspace designed around its staff’s health and happiness in winning the coveted Living Building Challenge Petal Certification from the International Living Future Institute based in Seattle.

“The idea of sustainability is at the core of who we are and what we do,” said Benjamin Dalton, a principal of Miller Hull.

Renovating its own studios to be environmentally sustainable was “the right thing to do,” Dalton said, but it also serves as a showcase for potential clients.

“We want to bring the opportunity of sustainability to this area and really lead that effort to be responsible to the environment in building responsibly,” Dalton said.

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