Matthew MillerAssistant Professor of Practice
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Bachelors in Design, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
MArch, Texas A&M
Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, Columbia University
Matthew Miller is a registered architect in the state of Nebraska with over 10 years experiencing practicing architecture. Matthew is a practicing architect at Actual Architecture, his previous work is split between practicing in Austin, Texas; New York, New York; and Omaha, Nebraska. Matthew worked in a mixture of architecture firms, Pelli Clarke Pelli, and HDR, and at fabrication shops, Situ Studio and Polynomial. He has a wide range of work that includes furniture, installations, private residential, historic preservation, commercial, and large-scale urban projects.
With the College of Architecture Miller has taught undergraduate architecture studio courses and a digital fabrication seminar. He has taught at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, and Cooper Union.
Miller holds a Bachelor of Science in Design from the University of Nebraska, a Master of Architecture from Texas A&M, and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. His academic work has been published and selected to be part of the Land of Tomorrow Exhibition in 2012.
Miller’s creative work is fascinated in computational design and innovative fabrication techniques. He is interested in leveraging this practice in the built environment to create impact through design affect and phenomenology. He is focused on using a design process through an analog and digital construct, exploration through iteration, various mediums, and feedback loops