Craig A. Curtis, FAIA, LEED AP
Craig is a partner at The Miller Hull Partnership and was elected to the College
of Fellows in 2008. He has served on numerous professional and community
committees, and has lectured nationally and internationally on the firm’s work
and its commitment to sustainable design.
He received a cum laude bachelor of architecture degree in 1983 from Washington State University as well as a
bachelor of science in construction management in 1984. He attended the Danish International Studies Program
in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1982. After working at the Austin Hansen Fehlman Group in San Diego from 1984 to 1986,
Craig joined Miller Hull in 1987, becoming the firm’s first associate in 1989 and a partner in 1994.
He has been the design partner on numerous award-winning Miller Hull projects, and he has lectured on the firm
throughout the country. Craig received the Jennie Sue Brown Award in 2004, the highest honor that can be bestowed by
the AIA Washington Council. This “lifetime achievement” is given to an AIA Washington Council member who has, in a
volunteer capacity, made a significant statewide contribution, served the profession, and enhanced the practice of architecture
in a sustained manner.
Craig’s spirited design exudes a regionalist approach to modernism and a passion for sustainability,
which has resulted in many award-winning projects. As a result of his tireless advocacy for the profession,
his work has had widespread impact strengthening communities and has spurred policy change.