Miller Hull

Mike Jobes

AIA, Principal

Seattle Studio

Mike specializes in community placemaking projects. As a design leader, Mike’s innate ability to integrate programmatic needs and project realities (i.e. schedule and budget parameters) with poetic conceptual solutions guide his project process. Through programming, stakeholder workshops, public presentations and outreach, Mike sifts through a project’s complexities to find an elegant and meaningful design concept. Mike’s infectious passion for design has inspired his clients and project teams to discover exciting solutions to the opportunities that each project presents.

Lectures & Juries

  • 2017 Kansas AIA Awards Jury
  • 2011 AIA Arizona Awards Jury
  • 2011: Builder’s Choice Awards Jury
  • “The Endicott Project” 2014 Seattle Architectural Foundation
  • 2014 Keynote Address Washington State University Imagine Tomorrow Competition
  • “Natural Systems: Emergent Forms” 2012 Architectural Foundation Design-in-Depth Series
  • “Future Primitive” 2012 WSU Lecture Series
  • “Miller Hull: An Evolving Design Process” 2010 WSU Lecture Series
  • “Regionalism & Sustainability” 2008 Seattle AIA Design Salon Series
  • “Telling a Story with Wood” 2009 Products Society Conference
  • Bothell City Hall | Grand Opening
  • Related Projects

  • 8th & Republican Mixed-Use Development
  • Bothell City Hall & Civic Center
  • Del Mar Civic Center
  • Edgewood City Hall
  • Falconer Residence
  • Habitat for Humanity ‘House of the Immediate Future’
  • Safari Drive Condominiums
  • San Ysidro Land Port of Entry