Adin Dunning, AIA, LEED AP
With more than 12 years of experience, Adin Dunning's focus has been on Miller Hull's larger/more complex projects
with institutional and non-profit clients. Adin’s commitment and leadership in
collaborative and focused design processes consistently results in a coordinated,
informed team and a linear process for all involved.
As a native of the Pacific Northwest, Adin attended Washington State University,
receiving his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies in 1997 and Bachelor
of Architecture in 1998. He is licensed in Oregon and began his career in Portland
before moving to Seattle in 2005 to work at Miller Hull.
Adin leads Miller Hull’s Building Technology Roundtable, an office-wide educational
program exploring the technical and energy performance aspects of building envelope design.
He believes in the potential of architects to lead our industry towards a sustainable future,
and has lectured around the country on sustainable design and integrated design processes.