Henry Louis Miller began his professional career in the mid 1990s as a fine carpenter, welder and steel fabricator, and has consistently created progressive and distinctive works of architecture and design ever since. He received a Master of Architecture degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and is a licensed architect in Massachusetts, and an active member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Henry leads the studio and establishes the design direction for all projects. He works closely with his construction team and his clients to create extraordinary buildings, spaces and objects with timeless presence.
Active within the community of Boston’s North Shore, Henry founded a 501c3 non-profit organization, The Community Architecture Lab, Inc, (CAL Inc), a teaching workshop dedicated to at-risk youth and predicated on the idea that students can learn to problem solve through the act of designing then making something. The studio projects emphasize the importance of cross disciplinary thinking, where ideas are developed and then resolved through the careful examination of physical conditions analyzed within multiple contexts. For more info, go to www.uvarchlab.org.
He is married, has two beautiful children + an adoring blood hound, and, in his spare time, designs and builds skateboards and surfboards which are not for sale but, rather, given to friends and family or donated to worthy causes. He does surf, but at this stage spends more time eating sand than actually riding the waves…but he’s getting better all the time.