The Miller Hull Partnership: Public Works
Our popular 2001 monograph Miller/Hull: Architects of the Pacific Northwest introduced the world to the work of architects David Miller and Robert Hull. Their energy-conscious designs, love of local materials, and structural expressiveness helped define the essence of a new and an exciting type of contemporary regionalism in American architecture – the Pacific Northwest style. For these two Peace Corps veterans, that includes a serious commitment to a socially responsible and humane public architecture. The award-winning work featured in The Miller|Hull Partnership: Public Works challenges the notion that public buildings must be mundane in appearance or functionality. The book features photographs, renderings, and project plans representing diverse building typologies – schools, nature centers, community centers, mixed-use buildings, laboratories, corporate offices, and high-rise residences. These projects are the best demonstration of how the Miller/Hull Partnership brings life, personality, and warmth to public architecture.
By The Miller Hull Partnership LLC
Princeton Architectural Press, 2009
Hardcover, 272 pages
9 x 1.1 x 11.2 inches
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