Jeremy Miller has engaged in award-winning innovative conceptual design since 1988. Miller leads his clients in a collaborative process to develop unique designs that are noteworthy for their high functionality and intrinsic beauty.
Miller’s extraordinary depth as an architect/designer, can be understood in his work on projects as varied as residences, banks, elementary schools, office spaces, synagogues, learning centers, restaurants, retail stores and condominiums.
Widely recognized for his design, planning and execution, Miller convenes a diverse team of consultants, contractors, sub-contractors, craftspeople and artists to produce great works of commercial and residential architecture, interiors finishes and color, lighting design, graphics, landscape and hardscape.
Jeremy Miller brings a commitment to communities in which he works. He has contributed architectural design work for non-profit organizations as diverse as the Archbishop’s residence at St James cathedral and the Center on Contemporary Art in Seattle, and the Oholei Torah day school in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
The signature of Jeremy Miller Architects is the combination of new and inventive design ideas with old school attentiveness and responsiveness to clients.
We are committed to creative, sustainable and cost sensitive design solutions by joining with clients as partners, along with those who craft the work in an engaging, lively process with an eye for detail and the unexpected.
20,000 square foot synagogue and community space for Chabad Lubavitch of the Eastside.
The Friendship Circle is a non-profit affiliate of Chabad-Lubavitch which offers families with special needs children a full range of social experiences by pairing them with teen volunteers in the greater Seattle community.
Renovations for the new location of a K-8 day school for Chabad Lubavitch in Seattle.