Speaker/ Lecture: Scott Wolf, FAIA
Scott Wolf, AIA [BEDA ’84] has been a leading contributor to Miller Hull’s rise to prominence and has built an international reputation as a sustainable design leader, with a focus on innovative and responsible water, wastewater and stormwater strategies. Scott is truly passionate about water-related issues and through his work he has demonstrated how caring about the planet’s water resources, and highlighting those systems through design, can have positive and lasting impacts on both our projects and the communities that they serve. His presentations on water issues at national conferences and his tireless involvement in water-related committees have encouraged architects, civic leaders, public works officials, and policymakers to become active stewards of our planet’s water resources.
By both ANCHORING in their core values and ADAPTING to the changing conditions of a dynamic profession, Miller Hull has managed to build and maintain a widely-recognized, multi-generational practice focused on the integration of design excellence and high-performance buildings. Their commitment to elevating design at all scales and their authentic approach to each project has resulted in widespread recognition and numerous accolades over the 40-year history of the firm, including seven AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top 10 Design Awards and the distinguished AIA National Architecture Firm Award – the highest honor bestowed upon a firm by the AIA. This presentation will include an overview of Miller Hull’s current work and provide a look under the hood at the structure of their practice which is centered on a strong firm culture based on a collaborative design process, a diversity of perspectives and a rigorous drive to do impactful work.
This lecture is part of the joint lecture series with AIA Triangle and College of Design, School of Architecture
DATE: Monday, September 18th
TIME: 6 p.m.
LOCATION: Burns Auditorium
FREE and OPEN to the Public