Miller Hull

Sian Roberts

FAIA, Partner

Seattle Studio

Throughout her career, Sian Roberts has explored and furthered an integrated approach to architectural practice. Her work consistently demonstrates that design excellence is best achieved through a cooperative, interdisciplinary process. Sian joined Miller Hull in 1993 and continues to be an integral part of the firm’s growth and rising international reputation among other educational and civic projects. Currently, she leads the firm’s work with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Overseas Building Operations, utilizing her knowledge of civic, higher education and infrastructure design on embassy and consular projects throughout the world. Using a variety of delivery and contracting methods, she has developed and shared techniques to drive high-performing design and construction teams, expanded the role of architects into design of civic infrastructure and driven sustainable performance through seamless team integration.

Sian earned her master’s degree in architecture from the University of Washington and is a leader in developing the design-build delivery method. She speaks regularly at conferences and frequently engages with the community by speaking on industry panels.

Lectures & Juries

  • Sian Roberts to speak at 2019 DBIA National Conference
  • Sian Roberts to speak at AIA Conference on Architecture 2019
  • Related Projects

  • Epiphany School
  • Hans Rosling Center for Population Health
  • Kirkland Public Safety Building
  • Kitsap County Administration Building
  • Mercer Island Fire Station 92
  • New U.S. Consulate Campus, Casablanca, Morocco
  • New U.S. Consulate Campus, Guadalajara, Mexico
  • New U.S. Embassy Campus, Lilongwe, Malawi
  • New U.S. Embassy Compound, Guatemala City, Guatemala
  • New U.S. Embassy Compound, Niamey, Niger
  • Odegaard Undergraduate Library & Learning Commons
  • Pike Place MarketFront
  • Renton Library
  • Roberts Cabin
  • Seattle Public Utilities South Transfer Station
  • The Shay Mixed-Use Development
  • Tacoma Paper & Stationery
  • Vancouver Community Library
  • Willamette River Water Treatment Plant