Martin Miller Hired as Assistant Professor of the Practice in Architecture
Martin Miller joined the Department of Architecture as an assistant professor of the practice, effective July 1. Miller has been a visiting critic in the department since 2013 and is the cofounder and design director of the firm AntiStatics Architecture based in New York City and Beijing.
Miller comes from a diverse background with training in architecture, art, science, and mathematics. His areas of expertise lie in parametric modeling, complex form rationalization, and digital fabrication, especially in robotics and interactive design.
Before establishing AntiStatics with cofounder Mo Zheng in 2015, Miller was the lead designer and project manager for Jenny Sabin Studio, contributing to myThread for the Nike Flyknit Pavilion in 2012, and the PolyBrick series in 2014 with Sabin Design Lab at Cornell. Plaited Tectonics, Antistatics' 2016 entry for the Pier 9 Pavilion in San Francisco, received second place in The Future of Making Things competition sponsored by Autodesk. Miller's firm also took first place for the installation Pussy Hut, an entry in the 2018 Winter Stations Design Challenge in Toronto, Canada.
Miller received his B.F.A. in sculpture from the University of Colorado with a minor in mathematics, and a master of architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. He currently resides in Beijing and New York City.