John Clair Miller
John Miller is a registered architect of the State of New York and NCARB. From 1963–65, Miller was employed at Davis Brody and Associates Architects in New York City. He was a principal at Levatich and Miller Architects in Ithaca from 1965–72 and then served as a principal at Levatich Miller Hoffman PC Architects + Planners, also in Ithaca, from 1972–77. From 1978 to present, Miller has been a principal at John Clair Miller Architects, in Brooktondale, New York.
From 1977–2003, Miller taught in the Department of Architecture at Cornell University. He also served as a visiting critic at Harvard GSD, Yale University, University of Syracuse, University of Waterloo in Rome, RISD in Rome, and University of Norway, Oslo.
Miller received his bachelor of architecture in 1959 from the Ohio State University's School of Architecture, and a master of architecture in 1960 from Cornell.
- First-/Second-/Third-/Fourth-/Fifth-Year Design Studios
- Architectural Drawing/Analysis/Theory/Visual Studies
Awards, Grants, and Fellowships (Selected)
- Parish Centre/Music School Competition, Hafnarfordur, finalist (collaboration with Olafur Mathiesen), Iceland (1990)
- East Hampton Air Terminal Competition, finalist, East Hampton, N (1989)
- Liturgical Conference Competition Chapel/Cultural Center, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, honorable mention (1967)
- Copley Square Competition, finalist, Boston (1966)
- Berkeley Art Center Competition, University of California–Berkeley, honorable mention (1966)
- Kolsstadir 04 - Collage, published by 14817 Images (June 2010)
- Baer1 07 - Collage, published by 14817 Images (October 2010)
- Diacritics Rome_Collage (spring 2000)