Miller Hull

Margaret Sprug

AIA, Principal

Seattle Studio

Since joining Miller Hull in 2000, Margaret Sprug has built a reputation for facilitating complex projects. She helped the firm break new ground with Living Building Challenge projects, including the Bullitt Center in Seattle and The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Margaret’s passion lies in architecture that makes our world a healthier and more beautiful place to live. Currently, she spearheads Miller Hull’s effort to identify toxins pervasive in construction materials and working with manufacturers to recognize non-toxic alternatives.

Margaret earned her master’s degree in architecture from Columbia University. She is an active part of the greater architecture community, serving on the AIA Committee on Design since 2001, the AIA Committee on the Environment since 2002 and the Cascadia Green Building Council since 2005. Margaret speaks regularly at local, regional and national conferences, focusing on sharing her knowledge of sustainable architecture and practice.

Lectures & Juries

  • Ben Dalton and Margaret Sprug to speak at Greenbuild on November 12, 2020
  • Margaret Sprug to speak at Living Future 2020 virtual conference on May 21, 2020
  • Robert Misel, Margaret Sprug and April Ng to speak about the scalability of sustainable architecture
  • Margaret Sprug and Rob Misel to speak at 2019 Living Future unConference
  • Related Projects

  • 333 Dexter
  • Boarding School for Afghan Girls
  • Bothell City Hall & Civic Center
  • Bullitt Center
  • College of Architecture & Environmental Design Concept
  • Fisher Pavilion
  • The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design
  • Miller Hull Seattle Studio Renovation
  • Natural and Environmental Science Testing and Teaching Center (NESTT) Concept