Project H Design
Matthew Miller is the project architect of Project H Design. West Virginia-born and bred, he is an accomplished fabricator, metalworker, and design/build architect. He has completed varied projects, including designing and constructing a school in Uganda with Architecture for Humanity and public housing projects in Detroit with his own firm, HousingOperative. Matthew studied at the Bauhaus and has taught at the College of Creative Studies, Lawrence Technological University, and is currently an adjunct professor of architecture at RISD. Currently Matthew is teaching Studio H, a design/build program in a public high school in rural Bertie County, NC, with his partner Emily Pilloton. The Studio H program teaches creative problem solving, construction skills, and citizenship, through real-world built architectural projects that benefit rural communities.
BA, Architecture, University of Tennessee, 2001
MA, Architecture, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 2006