Brian Court, AIA, LEED AP
Bringing a strong sense of design to projects and a passion for buildings that are finely tuned to their
regional and climatic influences, Brian is currently leading the performance-based design effort on the Bullitt
Center. This six story, 50,000-square-foot building will produce 100% of annual energy budget with an on-site
photovoltaic array. The project utilizes a high performance envelope with a triple glazed curtainwall,
ground-source mechanical system, heat recovery, and active solar controls. The building is projected to be one of the most
energy efficient commercial buildings in the world and will meet the highest benchmark in sustainable design, the
Living Building Challenge.
Brian attended the College of William and Mary in Virginia for his undergraduate degree and the
University of Washington for his masters in architecture in 2002. Brian began working at Miller Hull as an intern while still enrolled at the UW. He continued on
full time after graduation and has served as the project architect for numerous single and multi-family
residential projects, urban infill projects, large institutional and higher education projects as well as
waterfront projects. In 2005, he was named an Associate.