Karl Miller has a portfolio rich in preservation and contextual architecture projects at historically significant sites. Karl's expertise in renovation design and additions that are stylistically similar to existing buildings spans a range of architectural periods for projects that include the renovation of the Baroque 17th-century Schoenborn Palace in Prague, Czech Republic; the restoration of the 1887 Pennsylvania Railroad Station in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and the conversion of a French colonial-era mansion in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Karl's current role within KCCT is quality control for renovation design projects. He evaluates accuracy, coordination, and correct classification of classified deliverables. His design approach begins with the development and definition of his client's needs as a basis for crafting architectural solutions. Karl draws upon a cross-disciplinary skillset that includes space planning, interior design, and technical curiosity for all aspects of projects. He enjoys defining and enriching forms and spaces with color, texture, and pattern.
Karl graduated from the University of Virginia School of Architecture and lived in Tabiz, Iran for two years as a US Peace Corps volunteer architect. Prior to joining KCCT at its founding, his portfolio included residential, institutional, mass transit, and the restoration and expansion of the historic Evening Star Building on Pennsylvania Avenue in the District of Columbia.
Years of Industry Experience
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Virginia
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