Head, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture and Professor
Master of Architecture, Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
Bachelor of Architecture, Auburn University
Bachelor of Interior Architecture, Auburn University
Registered Architect (Massachusetts and Alabama)
Justin Miller is the Head of the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (APLA) and Professor of Architecture at Auburn University. He holds a Master of Architecture from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from Auburn University. He is a registered architect in Massachusetts and Alabama.
Miller has taught across programs within APLA over the past 17 years, focusing on design, research, and technology. He has also been involved in collaborative research projects to support aging-in-place and disabilities, as well as affordable housing design. He is the co-author with colleague Prof. David Hinson of two books on affordable housing design: Designed for Habitat: Collaborations with Habitat for Humanity and Designed for Habitat: New Directions for Habitat for Humanity.
Miller’s vision for APLA is to create a culture of excellence, innovation, and collaboration that fosters the development of future leaders in architecture, planning, and landscape architecture. He strives to promote the values of design, critical thinking, and social and environmental responsibility in his teaching, research, and service.
Interest areas in research and practice:
Aging-in-Place and Disabilities
Affordable Housing Design