John Miller CBE RIBA
John was educated at the Architectural Association, where he was awarded the Diploma in1957. His previous experience includes working as an assistant to Sir Leslie Martin.
He was co-founder of Colquhoun + Miller 1961 with Alan Colquhoun.
The practice became John Miller + Partners Architects in 1990 on the retirement of Alan Colquhoun. Under his direction the practice has established a reputation for the design of cultural buildings, particularly in sensitive historic contexts. Notable examples include the Whitechapel Art Gallery 1975; the National Portrait Gallery Twentieth Century Galleries, 1994; the Serpentine Gallery, 1998; Tate Britain Masterplan and Centenary Development 1988 – 2001; the Courtyard Development, at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge 2004 and the Playfair Project for the National Galleries of Scotland 2004.
Academic appointments include the Professorship at the Royal College of Art School of Environmental Design from 1975 to 1985. He has been a tutor at the Architectural Association School of Architecture and Cambridge University. He has been visiting critic at Cornell University, New York; Princeton School of Architecture, the Universities of Cambridge, Manchester, Dublin and Toronto.
John is a Trustee of the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill.
Click email to contact: John.Miller@sidellgibson.co.uk