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Author: Oscar Riera Ojeda,Aaron Betsky
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Title: Ten Houses: Miller Hull Partnership
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Publisher: Rockport Pub (August 1, 1999)
Pages: 124

Ten Houses: Miller Hull Partnership by Oscar Riera Ojeda,Aaron Betsky



This book is a terrific overview of the early work of Miller Hull. The work of this firm is admirable in it's tectonic approach and tasteful use of materials in their raw state.

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Ten Houses: Miller Hull Partnership (Ten Houses). by. Oscar Riera Ojeda, Aaron Betsky (Introduction). The Miller/Hull Partnership's design reputation is based on simple, innovative, and authentic designs. Since David Miller and Robert Hull founded the practice in 1977, the firm has pursued a rigorous logic in its design approach in the belief that architectural programs are best solved directly and efficiently. This rigor has resulted in a body of work that expresses power The Miller/Hull Partnership's design reputation is based on simple, innovative, and authentic designs

Miller/Hull Partnership. by Oscar Riera Ojeda. Firm Profile: The Miller/Hull Partnership has built a reputation based on simple, elegant, and authentic designs. The Seattle firm, established in 1977, has pursued a rigorous logic in its design approach, which is based on the belief that architectural programs are best solved directly and efficiently. This rigor has resulted in a body of work that expresses powerful concepts in lyrical form.

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Aaron Betsky (born 1958) is a critic, curator, educator, lecturer, and writer of texts about architecture and design. He is the former director of the Cincinnati Art Museum and the current dean of the School of Architecture at Taliesin (formerly the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture). Betsky was born in Missoula, Montana, United States, but grew up in The Netherlands. He graduated from Yale University in 1979 with a .

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Firm Profile: The Miller/Hull Partnership has built a reputation based on simple, elegant, and authentic designs. The Seattle firm, established in 1977, has pursued a rigorous logic in its design approach, which is based on the belief that architectural programs are best solved directly and efficiently. This rigor has resulted in a body of work that expresses powerful concepts in lyrical form.

Founding partners David Miller and Robert Hull, both raised in Washington State, have explored the development of two dominant themes in America's western regional architecture: the need to establish a defined place within the landscape, and the art of rational building. Their attitude toward building in the landscape takes advantage of a mutual inflection in which architecture and landscape seem to need each other for completion. In their residential architecture they attempt to capture the spirit and vitality of the American West by focusing on the tensions between nature and materiality, detail, and structure.

Miller/Hull has developed a community-based architecture for a variety of clients ranging from regional government agencies, colleges, and universities to private corporations and residential owners. The have been the recipient of more than seventy national and regional design awards during their first twenty years of practice. Their design work has been frequently published in international journals, has been featured in exhibitions--including two solo shows--and has been the subject of lectures given by the firm's Partners in the United States, Canada, Japan, and Italy.

Reviews: 2
Ynonno
This book is a terrific overview of the early work of Miller Hull. The projects presented range from small and spare to moderately sized and still elegantly spare. The work of this firm is admirable in it's tectonic approach and tasteful use of materials in their raw state. The book is part of an excellent series edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda: I have found that any book project that he oversees is a worthwhile addition to my library. Mr. Ojeda produces books with a great balance of intelligent but not pompous text, first class photography, and drawings of plans, sections, and details that I value as an architect. All in all, this is an excellent book, and part of an excellent series. I recommend both without reservation.
net rider
This book represents an extrodianry environmental focus for design. The houses created by the Miller/Hull Partnership display architecture originality combined with a keen knowledge of the northwest. Each house is created in harmony with it's surrounding environment--a beautiful representation of both art and archecture.
Please note the customer review entitled, "Architecture Reference Book," does not reflect the correct designer. The architects represented in this book are David Miller, Bob Hull, Norm Strong, and other very talented designers from the Miller/Hull Partnership.