Brendan Miller's attention to detail fosters thoughtful resolutions to design and technical challenges.
Leveraging his breadth of experience on a variety of building scales, typologies, and construction methodologies over the past 15 years, Brendan crafts thoughtful design solutions for each of his projects. He approaches design and technical challenges with a critical eye and rigorous attention to detail.
During his tenure at KieranTimberlake, Brendan has been a key figure in the design of various projects including the UCSB Portola Dining Commons and the Wellesley College Pendleton West Addition and Renovation. He served as the Project Architect for Harvard University's Lowell House, a 220,000 sf renovation that transformed underutilized rooms into active student amenity spaces while still preserving the buildings' historic character and architecture. Brendan is currently the Project Architect for Carnegie Mellon University's Scaife Hall of Engineering Building, where he led the design of the exterior envelope and is now overseeing construction.
He is involved in KieranTimberlake's Building Information Modeling (BIM) Practices group, working to develop and maintain standards, guidelines, and best practices across the firm. Brendan earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Philadelphia University where he has taught and served on juries over the course of his career.