Miller Hull

Scott Wolf

FAIA, Partner

Seattle Studio

Scott isn’t the kind of architect who acts alone — he thrives on the energy that interdisciplinary teams bring to his projects, actively encouraging input from all team members. “’Interdisciplinary fluency’ or the ability to speak, understand, and synthesize the language of any expertise — is the key to a conceptually strong and fully integrated outcome.” This mindset has not only helped form the collaborative-based lens that Scott brings to the processes he leads, but is evident in the award-winning and elegantly detailed work that his teams produce.

Scott believes that the most memorable built environments result from a series of strong buildings that contribute responsibly to their contexts, rather than from a collection of individual objects all loudly shouting for attention. In line with this position, Scott’s work tends to be understated and unobtrusive, creating a backdrop for human life that blends harmoniously with the environment. His ability to seamlessly integrate design ideas with high-performance building strategies distinguishes Scott’s work, and in his 30+ years with the firm, his leadership has helped Miller Hull become nationally recognized for its beautiful, bold, and approachable work.

Lectures & Juries

  • 2022 APWA Fall Conference: Scott Wolf
  • UW Police Department Grand Opening
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