20 August 2017
Kyle Miller begins his third term as Director of Syracuse Architecture in Florence.
16 June 2017
A new project, Corinthian Wall is included in Architecture, and exhibition at the Architecture and Design Museum in Los Angeles curated by Ryan Tyler Martinez and Anthony Morey.
2 May 2017
Another Villa is included in The Image, The Object, The Table, an exhibition of design work from faculty at the Syracuse University School of Architecture.
27 April 2017
Along with Cristiano Toraldo di Francia, Russell Thomson, Franco Pisano, Paola Giaconia, and Andrea Ponsi, Kyle Miller participates in a discussion on architectural education abroad as part of a symposium organized by Marco Brizzi and hosted by Cal State University in Florence.
26 April 2017
The Plan is the Generator is published in Issue Five of Room One Thousand.
20 April 2017
Syracuse Architecture hosts Firenze Interrotta, an exhibition of student work and discussion event organized by Kyle Miller. We will be joined by guest critics Matteo Costanzo, Olivia Gori, and Mollie Claypool.
13 April 2017
Joined by Peter Forbes to review individual projects completed by our students at Syracuse Architecture in Florence.
4 April 2017
Kyle Miller serves as a respondent to presentations made by Thomas Doxiadis, Ilmar Hurkxkens, and Chris Reed, as part of the Landscapes of Reuse symposium organized by Julia Czerniak. This event is hosted by Syracuse Architecture in Florence.
18 March 2017
With Elisa Cristiana Cattaneo and Rossella Ferorelli, and situated within an installation from Parasite 2.0 at Spazio Murat in Bari for a discussion on new models of collective living.
25 February 2017
Kyle Miller moderates Outfits, a discussion on the manner in which young architects construct their identities through the development of architectural outfits—small enterprises dedicated to the production of possible courses of action for architectural design. Presenters include Matilde Cassani, Ambra Fabi, Giovanni Piovene, and Andrea Zanderigo.
16 February 2017
Kyle Miller curates Present Tense, an exhibition of recent unbuilt building projects from 2A+P/A, baukuh, Design w/ Co., Fala Atelier, LAMAS, NEMESTUDIO, Norell/Rodhe, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Point Supreme, SO-IL, T+E+A+M, and UNULAUNU.
11 January 2017
Kyle Miller begins his second term as Director of Syracuse Architecture in Florence.
12 December 2016
At Syracuse Architecture in London with Julia Czerniak to review student work in a studio led by Interim Program Director Davide Sacconi.
6 December 2016
Syracuse Architecture hosts Firenze Interrotta, an exhibition of student work and discussion event organized by Kyle Miller. We will be joined by guest critics Marco Brizzi, Matilde Cassani, Maria Claudia Clemente,and Javier Galindo.
2 December 2016
Joined by Adam Fure and Olivia Gori to review individual projects completed by out students at Syracuse Architecture in Florence.
29 November 2016
Kyle Miller joins Gianfranco Piero Frassinelli, Gianfranco Bombaci, Matteo Costanzo, Marco Brizzi, Paola Giaconia, and Gabriele Mastrigli at Kent State University in Florence for a discussion on an exhibition curated by Davide Sacconi titled Savage Architecture.
14 October 2016
The Drawing Show curated by Dora Epstein Jones and Debbie Garcia, opens at the A+D Museum. I'm honored to be included alongside Thom Mayne, Michael Young, Volkan Alkanoglu, Clark Thenhaus, Kelly Bair, David Eskenazi, Alex Maymind, David Freeland, Brennan Buck, Carrie Norman, Thomas Kelley, and many others.
6 October 2016
Syracuse Architecture in Florence hosts Urban Interventions, a three-day design and discussion event organized by Kyle Miller and including Curtis Roth, Konstantinos Pantazis, and Marianna Rentzou.
22 August 2016
Kyle Miller begins his first term as Director of Syracuse Architecture in Florence.
25 May 2016
Acts of Appropriation: Between Preservation and Reuse concludes this afternoon at Syracuse Architecture with a review of student work. Joined by Michael Speaks, Maya Alam, Larry Davis, Daniele Profeta, and David Shanks.
16 May 2016
A two-week class, Acts of Appropriation: Between Preservation and Reuse, begins at Syracuse Architecture.
14 May 2016
A new piece, Do Not Disturb, is on display at the Holiday Lodge Motel in Los Angeles as part of A One Night Stand for Art and Architecture, an exhibition organized by Duygun Inal and Debbie Garcia.
12 May 2016
In Ithaca at Cornell University to review work from undergraduate students in an architectural design studio led by Leslie Lok.
29 April 2016
First-year architectural design studio exhibition at Syracuse Architecture. Joined by Michael Speaks, Erin Besler, Andrew Kovacs, Alexander Eisenschmidt, Rosalyne Shieh, Debbie Gans, Stephen Moser, and others to review and discuss student work completed in second-semester of the five-year undergraduate degree program.
14 April 2016
Kyle Miller honored with Syracuse University Meredith Teaching Recognition Award.
7 April 2016
Kyle Miller lectures at Cornell University. Invitation courtesy of Michael Jefferson.
6 April 2016
At PennDesign, joined by Andrew Holder for interim reviews of student work completed in a graduate architectural design studio led by Nate Hume.
13 March 2016
In Italy for two weeks to visit Syracuse Architecture in Florence and travel to Venice and Vicenza with students participating in this semester-long study abroad program.
4 March 2016
The Thirteenth Villa is published in the Journal of Architectural Education, Issue 70:1, alongside written work from Elena Manferdini, Amy Kulper, Curtis Roth, Clark Thenhaus, Liz Diller, Paul Lewis, and many others.
3 March 2016
The Architect's Newspaper shared my review of Jonathan Louie's recent installation, Big Will and Friends. Read the review here.
19 January 2016
Course instruction at the Syracuse University School of Architecture begins. Together with Anne Munly, I am coordinating and teaching first-year undergraduate design studio alongside Maya Alam, Greg Corso, Liz Kamell, and Jonathan Louie.
19 December 2015
A launch reception for Pidgin Issue 20 is hosted by Princeton University School of Architecture. Issue 20 of Pidgin includes essays by Caroline O'Donnell, Kyle Miller, Shane Reiner-Roth, Phillip Denny, and Curt Gambetta, among others.
15 December 2015
In New Haven at the School of Architecture at Yale University with Elia Zhenghelis, Mirka Brooks, Alan Organschi, Ben Pell, and Irina Verona to review projects completed by students in a graduate architectural design studio led by Mike Szivos.
7 December 2015
In Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Architecture with Cathryn Dwyre, Nate Hume, Nicole Koltick, Kutan Ayata, Winka Dubbeldam, and Adam Dayem to review projects completed by students in a graduate architectural design studio led by Abby Coover Hume.
5 December 2015
First-year architectural design studio exhibition at Syracuse Architecture. Joined by McLain Clutter, Sue Letierri, Val Warke, and Andrea Simitch, with Sekou Cooke, Liz Kamell, Molly Hunker, Amber Bartosh, Roger Hubeli, Bruce Abbey, Art McDonald, Mark Linder, and Julia Czerniak.
19 November 2015
At Leeds Beckett University to present "Before Theory" at the 12th International Architectural Humanities Research Association Conference, titled "This Thing Called Theory." Keynote speakers include Mario Carpo, Mark Cousins, Cynthia Davidson, and Sylvia Lavin.
9 October 2015
Kyle Miller moderates a panel session comprised of Maya Alam, Maxi Spina, Jason Van Nest, and Jeremy Voorhees at the 2015 ACSA Fall Conference, titled "Between the Autonomous and Contingent Object," chaired by Roger Hubeli and Julie Larsen at Syracuse University.
31 August 2015
Course instruction at the Syracuse University School of Architecture begins. Together with Anne Munly, I will be coordinating and teaching first-year undergraduate design studios and teaching a required media course for graduate students.
27 July 2015
As part of the "Formations" event series organized by Jonathan Louie for the Architecture Summer College at Syracuse University, Kyle Miller lectures on the role of the history of architecture in contemporary architectural design.
18 May 2015
Architecture Itself, a summer course comprised of four intensive architectural design workshops conceived of as an alternative studio begins. Workshops will be led by William O'Brien Jr., Jennifer Bonner, Erin Besler, and Alex Maymind.
27 April 2015
Final architectural design studio student presentations at Syracuse Architecture. Joined by Ted Brown, Molly Hunker, David Shanks, Rob Svetz, and Jennifer Leung from Yale University.
20 April 2015
Excited to be included in DRAWN, the UCLA Architecture and Urban Design Alumni and Faculty exhibition, opening Monday, April 20th at Perloff Hall. The exhibition includes work from Ellie Abrons, Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Brennan Buck, Tom Buresh, David Freeland, Adam Fure, Andrew Holder, Georgina Huljich, Molly Hunker, Jonathan Louie, Jonathan Massey, Daniel Norell, and many others.
14 April 2015
Ted Brown, Molly Hunker, Anne Munly, and Kyle Miller participate in the Play it Forward: Games, Theories, and Architectures panel discussion at Syracuse Architecture moderated by Benjamin Farnsworth, Jonathan Louie, and David Shanks.
11 April 2015
Together with Thomas Kelley, Erin Besler, Whitney Moon, and Irene Sunwoo, Kyle Miller serves as a respondent to presentations made by Jimenez Lai, John Szot, and Chris Grimley, at Chatter: Architecture Talks Back, a discussion moderated by Kelly Bair at the Art Institute of Chicago.
10 April 2015
A launch reception for Offramp #09 is hosted at SCI-Arc. Offramp #09 includes essays by Roxy Paine, Florencia Pita + Jackilin Hah Bloom, Perry Kulper, Joe Day, Michael Young, Ramiro Diaz-Granados, Laurel Broughton, and Kyle Miller, among others. This issue is edited by Benjamin Smith, Stefano Passeri, and Benjamin Farnsworth.
3 April 2015
Columbia University GSAPP hosts a launch party for Project Journal Issue 04. This issue includes contributions from Andrew Atwood, Erin Besler, David Eskenazi, Andrew Holder, Florian Idenburg & Jing Liu, Sylvia Lavin, Michael Meredith, Kyle Miller, and Emmett Zeifman, among others.
21 March 2015
Andrew Atwood, Kelly Bair, Brennan Buck, Andrew Holder, and Kyle Miller comprise a Super Session at ACSA 103, highlighting the Possible Mediums project. This panel discussion will be moderated by Adam Fure and Kristy Balliet.
20 March 2015
In Toronto at the 103rd ACSA Annual Meeting, Adam Fure, Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, and Kyle Millerreceive the ACSA Creative Achievement Award for the Possible Mediums project.
27 February 2015
Kyle Miller presents "History for the Future" at the 31st National Conference on the Beginning Design Student at the University of Houston College of Architecture.
17 February 2015
Kyle Miller and Joseph Godlewski moderate a panel discussion, "Other Practices," that highlights work produced by Benjamin Farnsworth, Maya Alam, Molly Hunker, Greg Corso, and David Shanks.
12 January 2015
Course instruction at the Syracuse University School of Architecture begins. This semester I will be teaching a first-year undergraduate architectural design studio alongside Maya Alam, Greg Corso, Tim Stenson, Sekou Cooke, and Amber Bartosh.
17 December 2014
In Philadelphia at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Architecture with Winka Dubbeldam, Francois Roche, Ezio Blasetti, Brennan Buck, David Freeland, Jonathan Louie, and Duks Koschitz to review projects completed by students in a graduate architectural design studio led by Neil Denari and Jonathan Scelsa.
11 December 2014
In Ann Arbor at Taubman College with Ellie Abrons, Karl Daubmann, Meredith Miller, McClain Clutter, and Anya Sirota to review projects completed by students in a graduate architectural design studio led by Adam Fure, Clark Thenhaus, Anca Trandafirescu, and Christian Unverzagt.
8 December 2014
In New Haven at the School of Architecture at Yale University with Max Kuo, Jennifer Leung, Andrew Saunders, and Irina Verona to review projects completed by students in graduate architectural design studios led by Brennan Buck, Peggy Deamer, and Eeva-Liisa Pelkonen.
21 November 2014
Joined by Max Kuo and James Michael Tate to review projects completed by students in a first-year undergraduate architectural design studio at Syracuse Architecture led by Jonathan Louie.
20 November 2014
Design studio final review today at Syracuse Architecture. Anne Munly and I will be joined by Mark Linder, Ted Brown, Emily Abruzzo, and James Michael Tate, to review projects completed by students in their first graduate architectural design studio.
18 November 2014
Kyle Miller is joined by Jimenez Lai, Carrie Norman, William O'Brien Jr., and Mark Linder to review design work produced by students participating in a Visiting Critic studio at Syracuse Architecture led by Thomas Kelley. In a later session, joined by Maya Alam, Ava Bromberg, Marcelyn Gow and Paul Preissner to review design work produced by students participating in a Visiting Critic studio at Syracuse Architecture led by Marcelo Spina and Georgina Huljich.
8 November 2014
Possible Mediums project co-founders Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, and Kyle Miller, join Michael Speaks, Mark Linder, Hilary Sample, Michael Young, Brennan Buck, Cristina Goberna, and Angela Co, at the Fisher Center in New York City for a discussion about the Possible Mediums project and its relationship to the current state of the discipline of architecture.
7 November 2014
The Possible Mediums exhibition opens at the Fisher Center in New York City. This exhibition, a curated preview of content that will be included in the Possible Mediums book, features new work and writing from numerous emerging designers and academics.
23 October 2014
Kyle Miller and Julia Czerniak moderate a panel discussion at "Design Matters," a public event tied to the Mayors' Institute on City Design conference at Syracuse Architecture. The panel was comprised of Mayor Lester Taylor (East Orange), Mayor Toni Harp (New Haven), Mayor Rich David (Binghamton), Mayor Holly Brinda (Elyria), and conference resource team members Brent Ryan, Felipe Correa, Abby Hamlin, and Shin-pei Tsay.
22 October 2014
Joined by Michael Speaks, Julia Czerniak, Bess Krietemeyer, and Ted Brown to participate in the Mayors' Institute on City Design conference hosted by the Syracuse University School of Architecture.
19 September 2014
Participating in a Syracuse Architecture internal event series titled, "What the F___________?," Kyle Milleris joined by Anne Munly, Fei Wang, and Larry Davis for a discussion on precedent, moderated by Michael Speaks and Jean-François Bedard.
15 September 2014
Kyle Miller lectures on "Form as Project" for ARC 141: Introduction to Architecture, an undergraduate lecture course taught by Joe Godlewski at Syracuse Architecture.
12 September 2014
Joined by Benjamin Farnsworth, Maya Alam, Greg Corso, Molly Hunker, Joe Godlewski, David Shanks, and Fei Wang for a panel discussion titled, "Other Practices," moderated by Michael Speaks and Julia Czerniak at Syracuse Architecture
10 September 2014
Kyle Miller and Julia Czerniak travel to Elyria, OH to meet with Mayor Holly Brinda in preparation for the Mayors' Institute on City Design conference hosted by the Syracuse University School of Architecture.
25 August 2014
Course instruction at the Syracuse University School of Architecture begins. This semester I will be teaching a first-year graduate architectural design studio and a required media course for graduate students.
28 July 2014
As part of the "Formations" event series organized by Jonathan Louie for the Architecture Summer College at Syracuse University, Kyle Miller lectures on architectural covers, mashups, remixes, and samples.
23 May 2014
Joined by Amber Bartosh, Jonathan Louie, and Tim Stenson to review projects completed by my students during a two-week workshop, titled "Objectified Fields: On Appropriation and Estrangement."
12 May 2014
A two-week workshop taught by Kyle Miller, titled "Objectified Fields: On Appropriation and Estrangement," begins at Syracuse Architecture. This workshop output will consist of carefully crafted drawings and digitally fabricated architectural models of proposed alterations to built and unbuilt works that carefully straddle two dominant architectural formal strategies: objects and fields.
8 May 2014
Victoria Lee, a thesis student advised by Kyle Miller, presents at the 2014 Syracuse Architecture Thesis Super Jury. Invited guest critics include Andrew Holder, Max Kuo, Kevin Daly, Margaret Griffin, Hsinming Fung, Martha Thorne, and others. Victoria's project was awarded a Dean's Citation.
5 May 2014
In New Haven with David Erdman, Simon Kim, Ellie Abrons, and Ariane Lourie-Harrison to review projects completed by students in architectural design seminars led by Brennan Buck and Mark Gage at the School of Architecture at Yale University
28 April 2014
Design studio final review today at Syracuse Architecture. I will be joined by Nate Hume, Jonathan Solomon, Clark Thenhaus, Julia Czerniak, Roger Hubeli, and Jonathan Louie, to review projects completed by my students during this spring undergraduate architectural design studio, titled "Urban Objects: Mashups and Mullets".
25 April 2014
Kyle Miller has been invited to join the 2014 ACADIA Design Agency Conference Paper and Project Review Committee.
25 April 2014
In Ann Arbor, joined by Andrew Holder, Adam Fure, and Meredith Miller to review projects completed by students in an architectural design studio led by Clark Thenhaus at the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning.
24 April 2014
Second-year undergraduate final reviews at Syracuse Architecture today. Kyle Miller joins Jennifer Bonner, Larry Davis, and Larry Bowne to review projects completed by students in a studio led by Jonathan Louie.
23 April 2014
Jonathan Louie moderates a discussion with Kyle Miller, Mark Linder, Larry Bowne, Larry Davis, and Sarosh Anklesaria about the Parti Wall installation, on display at Syracuse Architecture from April 6th to April 23rd.
22 April 2014
Kyle Miller is joined by Andrew Kovacs, Michael Young, Mike Szivos, and Michael Loverich to review design work produced by students participating in a Visiting Critic studio at Syracuse Architecture led by Jimenez Lai.
22 April 2014
Kyle Miller is joined by Mark Gage, Simon Kim, Nahyun Hwang, David Moon, and Michael Speaks to review design work produced by students participating in a Visiting Critic studio at Syracuse Architecture led by Dwayne Oyler and Jenny Wu.
16 April 2014
Student work from the final project, "Objectified Fields," for my fall semester elective course at the School of Architecture within Syracuse University has been shared on the architecture blog, Cloud Watching, curated by Joanna Grant.
16 April 2014
suckerPUNCH has featured the Parti Wall installation. Parti Wall was organized by Syracuse Architecture Assistant Professor, Jonathan Louie, with contributions from Kyle Miller, Mark Linder, Larry Davis, Anda French, Larry Bowne, Roger Hubeli, James Michael Tate, Sarosh Anklesaria, and Danielle Rago.
8 April 2014
Kyle Miller joins Jonathan Louie, Danielle Rago, James Michael Tate, and Jimenez Lai for a discussion in Slocum Hall moderated by Anda French. The presentations and discussion focus on platforms for contemporary architectural discourse and dissemination of ideas and design work.
4 April 2014
Kyle Miller leads a team of students participating in the Parti Wall installation organized by Jonathan Louie. Set within the 9-square grid, Parti Wall asks teams of mentor-led students to negotiate with their opposing cell mates to build 24 walls that are shared between neighbors. Other mentors include Mark Linder, Larry Davis, Anda French, Larry Bowne, Roger Hubeli, James Michael Tate, Sarosh Anklesaria, and Danielle Rago.
31 March 2014
Contributing to the ongoing discussion on Speculative Realism in architecture, Kyle Miller is joined by Jean-Francois Bedard, Mark Linder and Jonathan Massey, for a discussion to conclude a two-day workshop led by Anna Neimark.
3 March 2014
As a continuation of the Speculative Realism event series, Kyle Miller is joined by Mark Linder, Julie Larson, Jonathan Louie, and Jean-Francois Bedard for a discussion to conclude a three-day workshop, titled "The Inner Life of Objects," led by Brennan Buck and David Freeland of FreelandBuck.
21 February 2014
As part of the closing events associated with the Possible Mediums exhibition, Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, and Kyle Miller are joined by Monica Ponce de Leon, José Oubrerie, Jeffrey Kipnis, Rob Livesey, Stephen Turk, John McMorrough, Matias Del Campo, and others for dinner and discussion inside the Taubman College Liberty Gallery.
18 February 2014
Archinect features photos and information from the Possible Mediums exhibition opening in Ann Arbor, Michigan. View the press release HERE.
10 February 2014
Kyle Miller is joined by Michael Speaks, Jean-Francois Bedard, and Jonathan Massey, for a discussion to conclude a two-day workshop, titled "The Estranged Object," led by Michael Young.
26 January 2014
Along with Mark Linder, Anda French, Larry Bowne, Larry Davis, Roger Hubeli, Courtney Coffman, Danielle Rago, and James Michael Tate, Kyle Miller has been invited to participate in the "Parti Wall" installation organized by Jonathan Louie and funded by the Syracuse University School of Architecture. The installation will take place at Slocum Hall during the weekend of April 4, 2014.
19 January 2014
Kyle Miller joins Adam Fure, Thom Moran, John McMorrough, Meredith Miller, and Andrew Holderat the Taubman College Liberty Gallery in Ann Arbor for a discussion to conclude a two-day drawing workshop led by Jimenez Lai.
17 January 2014
The Possible Mediums exhibition opens at the Taubman College Liberty Gallery in Ann Arbor, Michigan. My contribution, "Fifteen Buildings," is one of sixteen newly commissioned pieces that will be on display through February 24th.
13 January 2014
Course instruction at the Syracuse University School of Architecture begins. This semester I will be teaching a first-year undergraduate design studio in addition to planning the fourth iteration of the UNStudioPlatform Dialogues. This event will be hosted by Syracuse Architecture in May 2014 at the Fisher Center in New York City.
20 December 2013
For the final assignment of my recent architectural design elective course at Syracuse Architecture, we looked at strategies of estranging recent projects whose overall compositional sensibility exists somewhere between object and field. Strategies for estrangement include figuration/defiguration, addition or subtraction of texture, scalar shifts, volumetric re-composition, and alteration of previously existing spatial relationships. Images of the student work can be found HERE.
12 December 2013
In Ann Arbor, joined by Andrew Holder, Farzin Lotfi-Jam, Leigha Dennis, Thom Moran, Eric Hill, and Perry Kulper to review projects completed by students in an architectural design studio led by Clark Thenhaus at Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning, titled "Museum of Misfits, Impostors, and Secret Landscapes".
11 December 2013
We did it!!! Thank you to everyone who contributed to our fundraising campaign through Kickstarter and to all of you who continue to show multiple forms of support for this ongoing project. The first showing of the Possible Mediums exhibition will open on January 17th in Ann Arbor. We hope to see many of you there! Click HERE for additional details about the exhibition.
7 December 2013
Design studio final review today at Syracuse Architecture. I will be joined by Courtney Coffman, Max Kuo, Jimenez Lai, Jonathan Louie, Matt Shaw, Michael Speaks, Jonathan Solomon, Rob Svetz, and Clark Thenhaus to review projects completed by my students during this fall architectural design studio, titled "A Formal Affair".
20 November 2013
Kyle Miller is joined by Mark Linder and Jonathan Louie for a discussion to conclude a two-day workshop, titled "The Ambivalent Object," led by Jason Payne.
18 November 2013
Final review week for studios led by the fall term visiting critics at Syracuse Architecture. Joined by Ferda Kolatan, Jason Payne, Rhett Russo, Michael Speaks, and Michael Young to the discuss work produced by students in a studio led by David Ruy. Also joined by Lonn Combs, Lydia Kallipoliti, Nahyun Hwang, and Tim Stenson to review work produced by students in a studio led by Angela Co.
12 November 2013
We’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to support the traveling exhibitions and future events. Possible Mediums began with the gracious support of our home institutions, but in order to take the show on the road we need support from all of you!
1 November 2013
The dates for the first venue of the Possible Mediums exhibition have been scheduled. The show will open at University of Michigan Taubman College’s Liberty Gallery on January 17th, 2014 and run through February 24th. We hope you’ll have a chance to see the show!
20 September 2013
Weekend studio trip to New York City begins. In addition to visiting the office of SHoP we will visit the Le Corbusier exhibition at MOMA, the James Turrell installation at the Guggenheim and our studio site in West Chelsea just east of the High Line between 18th and 19th streets along 10th Avenue.
26 August 2013
Course instruction at the Syracuse University School of Architecture begins. This semester I will be teaching a third-year undergraduate design studio, titled "A Formal Affair," and a digital design and fabrication elective for upper-level students, titled "Objectified Fields."
15 August 2013
The Graham Foundation has announced that the Possible Mediums project led by Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, Adam Fure, and Kyle Miller has been awarded a grant to support the development of the Possible Mediums traveling exhibition to begin and open in Ann Arbor in January 2014. The announcement can be found HERE.
2 August 2013
Final design studio reviews today at UCLA A.UD's JumpStart program. Joined by Molly Hunker, Andrew Kovacs, Bryony Roberts, and Maxi Spina, among others to review the design work produced by my students during the summer architectural design studio.
29 July 2013
Kyle Miller moderates "Episode #01" of Treatise: The Blurry Discourse Series in Downtown Los Angeles at Ham & Eggs Tavern with Andrew Kovacs and Andrew Atwood.
29 July 2013
At Woodbury University School of Architecture to review design projects prepared by students enrolled in an interior architectural design studio led by Matthew Gillis.
26 July 2013
Career Symposium at UCLA JumpStart today. Joined by Andrew Kovacs, Bryony Roberts, Jonah Rowen, Kagan Taylor, Vuki Backonja, Ryan Whitacre, and Lindsay Erickson to discuss opportunities enabled by completing a formal architectural education.
15 July 2013
My submission, Organized Crime, has been awarded Honorable Mention in the SKIN Competition organized by TEX-FAB. The complete competition results, determined by Phillip Anzalone, Maria Mingallon, Gregg Pasquarelli, and Skylar Tibbits can be viewed HERE, on the TEX-FAB Skin Competition website.
6 July 2013
Along with Eva Franch, Sarah Herda, Sean Lally, and Joana Sa Lima; Kyle Miller has been appointed to the Board of Advisors for a publication series curated by Jimenez Lai, titled "Treatise: Manifestos, Summits, and Gangs".
3 July 2013
Lecturing today at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design as part of the JumpStart summer lecture series. The lecture includes recent design research and architectural design competition entries as well as commentary on contemporary aesthetics, architectural engagement, and affect.
24 June 2013
JumpStart at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design begins. Thank you, Georgina Huljich, for the invitation to participate as a studio instructor. Thank you, Molly Hunker, for inviting me to contribute to the lecture series.
12 June 2013
Kyle Miller publishes "A Critique of the Sweet Genius: Alibis for Contemporary Architectural Investigations" in Fresh Punches, a catalogue for LOT & suckerPUNCH’s “Fresh Punches” exhibition. In addition to collecting the work featured in the exhibition, Fresh Punches includes essays, interviews, and ruminations from more than 50 educators on the state of architecture education in the US today.
20 May 2013
Productive discussions in Amsterdam with Rob Henderson, Joerg Petri, and Filippo Lodi revolving around the expansion of UNStudio's Knowledge Platforms and the potentials of an open-source architecture office. Looking forward to the development of this program.
16 May 2013
Kyle Miller presents "Translations: Digital and Physical Interchanges" at the 2nd International Conference for Design Education Researchers held in Oslo, Norway. The presentation was developed from a paper co-authored with Clark Thenhaus.
10 May 2013
I'm very excited to share that I will be joining Syracuse University's School of Architecture as an Assistant Professor of Architecture. I'm thankful for all of the opportunities that I have been given at the University of Kentucky College of Design and am looking forward to new challenges next fall in New York.
6 May 2013
Kyle Miller has been named the School of Architecture "Teacher of the Year" at the University of Kentucky College of Design. Congratulations to Clyde Carpenter, who was named the School of Architecture "Professor of the Year".
23 April 2013
Final design studio review today. I will be joined by Michael Speaks, David Biagi, Mike McKay, Akari Takebayashi, Jason Scroggin, and Greg Luhan from the University of Kentucky College of Design to review the design work produced by my students during the spring term architectural design studio. Clark Thenhaus, from the University of Colorado - Denver, will be joining the group as a guest critic.
22 April 2013
Traveling to Columbus, joined by Jeffrey Kipnis, Matias del Campo, Kristy Balliet, Ty Osbaugh, and Ben Goodman next week at OSU to review work from a design studio led by Justin Diles. Information on all reviews at the Knowlton School of Architecture and the poster can be found HERE.
1 April 2013
"Active Models: Digital and Physical Interchanges", a paper I am writing on the role of interactive technology in architectural design has been accepted for the eCAADe 2013 conference, to be held this September in Delft at the Delft University of Technology. The conference website can be viewed HERE.
14 March 2013
Two recent projects, Changing the Face and Thick Skin, have been selected to be included in the 2013 AIA Center for Emerging Professionals Annual Exhibition at the AIA National Headquarters in Washington, DC. The work is on display through April. The press release can be found HERE.
11 March 2013
The Active Models group from the Possible Mediums conference has been featured on suckerPUNCH. The post can be can be found HERE.
19 February 2013
The Possible Mediums conference has been featured in Domus. An excellent writeup from Matt Shaw can be found HERE.
10 February 2013
Possible Mediums happened. Thank you to Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, and Adam Fure for co-curating this event with me. Thank you to Jimenez Lai, Thomas Kelley, Angela Co, Michael Young, David Freeland, Brennan Buck, Justin Diles, Ellie Abrons, Michael Loverich, Andrew Holder, Jason Kelly Johnson, Simon Kim, Mariana Ibañez, and Andrew Atwood for leading workshops and participating in the panel discussions.
10 January 2013
Announcing Possible Mediums, a conference co-hosted by the University of Kentucky, the University of Illinois-Chicago, the University of Michigan, and The Ohio State University. Kyle Miller will serve as a conference chair alongside Kelly Bair, Kristy Balliet, and Adam Fure. The conference website can be found HERE.
9 January 2013
Course instruction begins at the University of Kentucky College of Design. This semester I will be teaching two second-year courses: an architectural design studio and a lecture course on material and structural concepts.
11 December 2012
Final advanced architectural design elective review today. I will be joined by Michael Speaks, Mike McKay, Dima Stakovsky, Angela Co, Michael Mead, and Rives Rash to review the design work produced by my students. More information on this course can be found HERE.
4 December 2012
Final design studio review today. I will be joined by Anne Filson, Jason Scroggin, Angela Co, Julia Smyth-Pinney, and Brian Richter to review the design work produced by my students during the fall term architectural design studio. Thomas Kelley, from the University of Illinois-Chicago, will be joining the group as a guest critic.
3 December 2012
Final review week at the University of Kentucky College of Design begins. Throughout the week, I will review student work from studios led by Gary Rohrbacher, Mike McKay, Marty Summers, Angela Co, Anne Filson, and Michael Mead.
28 November 2012
In Columbus, joined by Beth Blostein to review the student work from a design studio at the Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture led by Kristy Balliet. Thank you for the invitation, Kristy!
12 November 2012
Kyle Miller lectures at the University of Colorado - Denver on his most recent design projects and design research on contemporary ornamentation, non-cognitive architectural engagement, and applications of interaction technology within architecture. Information on this event can be found HERE.
11 November 2012
Two-day design and fabrication workshop with architecture students at the University of Colorado - Denverconcludes. Thank you to the students who participated in the workshop and to Clark Thenhaus for organizing the event.
1 November 2012
Kyle Miller and Marty Summers lecture on contemporary, kinetic facade systems at the AIA Kentucky / AIA Indiana Annual Convention at the Lexington Convention Center. The talk features recent architectural design research from Kyle Miller and both built and unbuilt projects that Marty contributed to while working at Morphosis.
23 October 2012
An update from my elective course on incorporating interactive design technology into architectural design, speculating on new forms of engagement through responsive surfaces and spaces. See HERE. Thank you Angela Co and Michael Mead for participating in a review of the work.
21 October 2012
Two-day design workshop with architecture students at Kent State University was a great success! Thank you to the students and faculty who participated. Part two of this workshop will take place in Denver in a few weeks, from November 9th to 11th.
12 October 2012
Weekend studio trip to Chicago begins. In addition to visiting the office of Studio Gang and taking the CAF river cruise, we will visit Crown Hall, OMA's IIT Campus Center, the Rookery, the Monadnock Building, Federal Plaza, the Aqua Tower, and Millennium Park.
10 October 2012
Neil Denari visits Kyle Miller's second year undergraduate architectural design studio for a short discussion about architectural forms, brick buildings, fire stations on the corner, sketching, cataloging architectural images, cones, cylinders, squircles, Bézier curves, and waking the fuck up! Thank you for your time, Neil.
08 September 2012
Kyle Miller has been invited to lecture at the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado in Denver. The lecture will take place on November 12th and will be preceded by a weekend workshop with a group of students enrolled in a digital fabrication course instructed by Clark Thenhaus.
04 September 2012
A paper titled "A Critique of the Sweet Genius: Alibis for Contemporary Architectural Investigations" has been accepted to the 7th Int'l Conference on Design Principles and Practices to be held in Japan next March.
28 August 2012
School is back in session. Kyle Miller will be teaching second year design studio (ARC 252) and an advanced design elective (ARC 599) which investigates the use of interactive technology within architecture.
18 August 2012
Kyle Miller has been invited to lecture at Kent State University College of Architecture and Environmental Design on October 19th. Following the lecture, a three-day workshop on parametric, performative facade design will take place.
25 July 2012
Representing the College of Design, Kyle Miller presents "Innovation in Architectural Design" to the University of Kentucky iNet I-Academy participants.
13 July 2012
UK Now runs a news story on the College of Design's digital design workshop with students from Shanghai University. The story can be found HERE.
13 July 2012
Pushkinsky Cinema Facade design has been published on suckerPUNCH Daily. The web feature can be viewed HERE.
05 July 2012
Kyle Miller has been selected to deliver a lecture, titled "Organized Crime", at the 2012 AIA Kentucky / AIA Indiana Annual Convention, hosted in Lexington at the Lexington Convention Center in November.
25 June 2012
Kyle Miller and Rives Rash lead a workshop on digital design and fabrication at the College of Design for a froup of students from Shanghai University.
11 June 2012
"Pushinsky Cinema Facade" is included in the UCLA AUD Alumni Exhibition held in Los Angeles during the week of June 11th as part of UCLA’s annual student presentation and exhibition event, RUMBLE.
1 June 2012
Research on kinetic building components using digital controls enabled by Arduino and Firefly for Grasshopper is submitted the Tex-Fab APPLIED Competition under the title, “Organized Crime”. This research continuines investgations on the use and transformed perception of ornamentation in contemporary architectural design.
30 May 2012
Kyle Miller has been invited to contribute to the exhibition catalog for suckerPUNCH’s 2012 student work exhibition titled "Fresh Punches: Experimental Architectural Prototypes," hosted by Land of Tomorrow in Lexington, Kentucky in the fall of 2012.
24 April 2012
University of Kentucky College of Design final studio review today. Joined by Ryan Johnson, Ezra Sword, Elodie Nourrigat, David Biagi, Phillip Anzalone, Marty Summers, and Akari Takebayashi to review the design work produced by my students during the Spring term design studio.
11 April 2012
Kyle Miller has been awarded a Summer Faculty Research Fellowship for the University of Kentucky. This award will enable the advancement of research into digitally designed and fabricated kinetic/active building components.
7 April 2012
Kyle Miller has been invited to join the 2012 ACADIA Synthetic Digital Ecologies Conference Paper and Project Review Committee.
30 March 2012
Kyle Miller presents "Thick Skin: Adaptive Reuse in Amsterdam" at the National Conference on the Beginning Design Student 2012 hosted by Penn State University in State College, PA.
2 March 2012
Kyle Miller presents "The Agency of Aggregation" as part of a Special Focus Session with Andy Payne of Lift Architects and Piet Meijs moderated by Greg Luhan at the ACSA 100 National Conference hosted by MIT in Boston, MA.
29 February 2012
Along with Ronnie Parsons and Gil Akos of Studio Mode and Andy Payne of Lift Architects and hosted by ACSA and Objet, Kyle Miller leads a digital design and fabrication workshop titled, "Synthetic Landscapes". The result is a travelling installation which will land in San Francisco in October for the 2012 ACADIA Conference titled Synthetic Digital Ecologies.
3 February 2012
"Translations", a lecture and workshop series curated by Kyle Miller at the University of Kentucky College of Design begins. Events will be led by Adam Fure of SIFT Studio February 3-6, Brennan Buck of FreelandBuck February 17-20, and Clark Thenhaus of Endemic April 2-6.
6 December 2011
University of Kentucky College of Design final studio review today. Joined by Thomas Kelley (UIC), Mike McKay, Jason Scroggin, Ben Smith (Michigan), and Nick Puckett to review the design work produced by my students during the Fall term.
14 September 2011
Studio trip to New York City, complete with office visits to studio Daniel Libeskind and Diller, Scofidio, + Renfo and multiple historic and contemporary building tours.
24 August 2011
College of Design course instruction begins. Kyle Miller will be teaching ARC 252 Design Studio II and coordinating the second year of the undergraduate architecture program for the 2011-2012 academic year.
29 June 2011
Parametricism (SPC) ACADIA Regional 2011 Conference Proceedings includes an article, "Organized Crime: The Role of Ornament in Contemporary Architecture", by Kyle Miller.
30 May 2011
Education Abroad Amsterdam Program begins. Kyle Miller will be leading an eight-week design program in Amsterdam. Each participant will take part in two courses: a six-credit design studio and a three-credit seminar that will be comprised of a series of intensive design workshops with the following groups: West 8, raurouw, UNStudio and TU Delft.
5 May 2011
Kyle Miller is joined by Keith Loftin, Miles La Hue, and Shane Salisbury to review the student work from "Thick and Furry", a graduate architectural design studio at the University of Colorado led by Clark Thenhaus.
28 April 2011
Our design for the Air Force Village Chapel was one of only nineteen projects included in the 2011 AIA Emerging Professionals Exhibition, held in Washington D.C. during the months of January and February.
22 April 2011
Final design studio reviews at the University of Kentucky College of Design begin Monday. Kyle Miller will join the presentation sessions from design studios led by Aaron Betsky/Drura Parrish, Liz Swanson, Anne Filson, and Marty Summers.
13 April 2011
Architecture instructor Kyle Miller will give the Tau Sigma Delta Silver Award Lecture tonight at 6 PM in Pence 209 at the University of Kentucky College of Design.
14 March 2011
Kyle Miller presents "Organized Crime: The Role of Ornament in Contemporary Architecture" at the ACADIA 2011 Regional Conference, titled, Parametrisism (SPC), hosted by the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
15 February 2011
Kyle Miller has been invited to join the ACADIA 2011 Conference Review Committee.
15 January 2011
Kyle Miller has been promoted to Tenure-Track, Assistant Professor at the University of Kentucky College of Design.
Kyle Miller continues course instruction at the University of Kentucky College of Design. Miller serves as coordinator of the second year undergraduate design studio and as a member of the School of Architecture curriculum and advising committee.
10 January 2011
A paper on contemporary facade design and contemporary architectural ornamentation has been accepted to the 2011 ACADIA Regional Conference, held March 10-12th in Lincoln, Nebraska.
7 December 2010
University of Kentucky College of Design final studio review today. Joined by Liz Swanson, Angela Co, Drura Parrish, Ryan Johnson, Martin Summers, Akari Takebayashi, Michael Speaks and Anne Filsonto review the design work produced by my students during the Fall term.
12 November 2010
Kyle Miller presents architectural design work from 2007-2010 as part of the University of Kentucky College of Design New Faculty Show at LOT Lexington.
25 October 2010
Kyle Miller will have an article, "Organized Crime", published in PLAT Journal 1.0_ IMPOSTORS. The piece features commentary on the use of ornament in contemporary architecture as well as selected student work from his Spring 2010 seminar.
25 October 2010
Kyle Miller is joined by Peter Rae, Ken Andrews, and Elizabeth Thompson to review graduate student work from the University of Colorado College of Architecture design studio led by Clark Thenhaus.
22 October 2010
Midterm design studio review at the College of Design. Kyle Miller is joined by Miguel Alvarez, Clark Thenhaus, Marty Summers, and Liz Swanson.
25 August 2010
College of Design course instruction begins. Kyle Miller will be teaching ARC 252 Design Studio II and coordinating the second year of the undergraduate architecture program for the 2010-2011 academic year.
18 July 2010
Currently in Amsterdam, setting up a study abroad program in the Netherlands for the summer of 2011. Great meetings with Florian Heinzelmann from SHAU, Dorian Letschert, Machiel Spaan, and Sinisha Brdar at the Academie van Bouwkunst, Vedran Mimica at the Berlage, and Christian Veddeler of UNStudio.
7 May 2010
Student work from my seminar, "Organized Crime" at the University of Kentucky, is featured in the College of Design Year End Show.
23 April 2010
Kyle Miller is joined by James Lowder, Kyle Reynolds, Thomas Kelley, Stewart Hicks, Andrew Kovacs, and Robert Somol to review student work from the University of Illinois-Chicago SOA design studio, titled 'Elephant in the Room', led by Jimenez Lai.
19 April 2010
Final studio reviews at the College of Design. Joined by Adam Fure, Ellie Abrons, Ken Tracy, Christine Yogiaman, Amy Campos and Jimenez Lai.
30 March 2010
Kyle Miller has been selected to receive the 2010 Tau Sigma Delta Silver Medal from the University of Kentucky College of Design. The University of Kentucky press release can be viewed HERE.
30 March 2010
Kyle Miller is joined by Brennan Buck, Perry Kulper, and Amy Kulper to review student work from the University of Michigan TCAUP studio led by Adam Fure.
23 March 2010
Our work has been selected to be included in the UCLA Architecture Alumni exhibition to held in Los Angeles at the Perloff Hall Gallery. The exhibition opening will take place on April 12th at 7:30pm. We will be showing the design we submitted for the Air Force Village Chapel Competition.
2 March 2010
The University of Kentucky College of Design announces a new Spring Break Internship Program for current students. See HERE.
1 March 2010
Midterm week(s) at the University of Kentucky College of Design. Excited to review the work of studios led by Erick Carcamo and Nick Puckett, Marcelo Spina and Drura Parrish, Anne Filson, Jason Scroggin, and Liz Swanson.
1 January 2010
Kyle Miller has contributed to the winning entry within the UWM Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business New Venture Competition. Congratulations to team leaders Daniel O'Leary and James Boedecker.
21 December 2009
The Fall 2009 semester is complete. All recent lectures at the University of Kentucky School of Architecture can be viewed HERE.
9 December 2009
Final studio review today. Joined by Ellie Abrons, Adam Fure, Jerzy Rozenberg, Gary Rohrbacher, David Biagi, and Mark O'Bryan.
16 October 2009
Christian Veddeler, Senior Architect at UNStudio is in Lexington, visiting the College of Design to lecture and to conduct a design methodology workshop on modulation.
9 September 2009
Kyle Miller meets Ben van Berkel, Christian Veddeler and Wouter de Jonge in New York and is joined by Warrie Price, Robert Kloos, Prince Willem-Alexander, Princess Maxima, Michael Bloomberg and Frans Timmermans to unveil the New Amsterdam Pavilion.
26 August 2009
University of Kentucky College of Design course instruction begins. Kyle Miller will be teaching ARC 354 Design Studio IV and ARC 513 Modern History with Michael Speaks and Angela Co.
10 August 2009
Kyle Miller has left Amsterdam and UNStudio to join the University of Kentucky.
1 July 2009
'Shiatsu' has been published in Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques. A copy can be purchased HERE.
15 June 2009
Kyle Miller has accepted an offer to join the University of Kentucky College of Design.
30 April 2009
Our ACSA/AISC Steel Design Competition entry titled 'Monrovia Rehab' is exhibited at the AIA National Convention at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from April 30th - May 2nd.
26 March 2009
'Monrovia Rehab' is exhibited at the ACSA Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon from March 26th - 29th. 'Second City Rehab' is exhibited in the AIA Los Angeles 2x8 Exhibit at the Pacific Design Center.
26 January 2009
Ben van Berkel, Christian Veddeler, Wouter de Jonge and Kyle Miller of UNStudio, joined by the mayor of Amsterdam, Job Cohen, and the mayor of New York, Michael Bloomberg, have released their design for the New Amsterdam Plein & Pavilion during a Press Conference at Battery Gardens in New York City. The press release from the NYTimes can be found HERE.
17 December 2008
Our ACSA Assembling Housing Competition entry is featured on the cover of the December 2009 ACSA News publication.
28 July 2008
Kyle Miller has begun work at UNStudio in Amsterdam.
13 July 2008
Kyle Miller has graduated from the University of California - Los Angeles (UCLA) with Distinction and has been awarded the AIA School Medal and Certificate of Merit from the Henry Adams Fund.
13 June 2008
Our research project with Neil Denari, titled 'Second City Rehab', has been selected to be shown in the 2009 AIA Los Angeles 2x8 exhibition.
11 June 2008
Kyle Miller and Marcin Szef have been awarded Honorable Mention for the entry, titled 'Monrovia Rehab', in the 2008 ACSA/AISC Assembling Housing Competition.
11 May 2008
Technology seminar work from a course at UCLA instructed by Heather Roberge has been selected for publication in Digital Fabrications: Material Techniques, a book edited by Lisa Iwamoto and to be published by the Princeton Architectural Press.