Miller Hull

Ron Rochon

FAIA, Partner

Seattle Studio

Ron Rochon has established a career-spanning passion for exploring how architecture can affect the significant role buildings play in carbon emissions and carbon management. Since joining Miller Hull in 2000, Ron has developed an appreciation for the elegant integration of high-performance architecture and engineering and continues to serve as partner-in-charge on a broad range of complex projects, such as the Bullitt Center, the first Living Building certified office building in the world. Since becoming managing partner of Miller Hull, Ron has taken the firm to the next level as a thriving practice, addressing contemporary design challenges by incorporating science and technology.

After 12 years in another industry, Ron earned his master’s in architecture from the University of Washington and has since worked to advance impactful design on a broad scale. He willingly imparts lessons learned with others by speaking regularly at conferences and participating in panels and numerous industry-related boards and committees.

Lectures & Juries

  • Ron Rochon to speak at Virtual Housing Design Week presented by AIA Seattle on June 11, 2020
  • Ron Rochon and Chris Hellstern to speak at Living Future 2020 virtual conference on May 8, 2020
  • Seattle Architecture Foundation ‘Design in Depth’ Panel | New Regionalism & Northwest Design
  • Related Projects

  • Bothell City Hall & Civic Center
  • Bullitt Center
  • Del Mar Civic Center
  • Fisher Pavilion
  • Habitat for Humanity’s House of the Immediate Future
  • International Arrivals Facility at SEA
  • The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design
  • Miller Hull Seattle Studio Renovation
  • Natural and Environmental Science Testing and Teaching Center (NESTT) Concept
  • ROOTS Young Adult Shelter
  • School of Health Sciences
  • Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences STREAM Building
  • Structural & Materials Engineering Building