Robert Miller, partner, is a co-founder of the firm. He works with
Douglas Wright to personally direct the design and administration of the
Mr. Miller grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, surrounded by beautiful,
turn-of-the-century houses in The Village of Chevy Chase. He studied
architecture at the University of Virginia, earning degrees in both
Architecture and Architectural History. Mr. Miller earned his Masters
Degree in Architecture at Princeton University.
Prior to forming Miller & Wright, Mr. Miller worked in the office of
Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York. He continued his career at
Michael Graves Architect and was the partner-in-charge of the New York
office for five years.
At Michael Graves, Mr. Miller specialized in residential architecture.
His projects included houses from North America to Europe and Asia. In
addition to residential architecture, Mr. Millerís portfolio includes
many larger scale projects. He was the design and project architect for
St. Maryís Church in Rockledge, Florida, St. Coletta School in
Washington, D.C., the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics at the
University of California, Santa Barbera, and the School of Business at
the University of Miami.
Mr. Millerís work has appeared in numerous publications including
Architectural Digest, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, New
Jersey Life, Waterfront Home & Design, Professional Builder, Custom
Homes, and Blueprints.
Douglas Wright, partner, is a co-founder of the firm. He works with Robert
Miller to personally direct the design and administration of the firm's projects.
He has designed and overseen the administration of a broad range of projects
including residential estates and their master plans, small, informal
vacation homes along the beach, country clubs, planned developments, and
boutique hotels and resorts.
Growing up in an historic home introduced Mr. Wright early on to fine
architecture built for a specific setting. Subsequent travels nurtured
a lifelong interest and pursuit with bachelor's and master's degrees
from Yale and the University of Texas at Austin.
Prior to forming Miller & Wright, Mr. Wright was a principal at Hart Howerton Architects and Planners in New York and led teams on major residential, country club, and boutique hotel projects. He was an associate with
Robert A. M. Stern Architects, and worked with Ferguson & Shamamian
Architects, B Five Studio, and Davis, Brody, Bond, developing his expertise.
Mr. Wright's work has been published in Coastal Living, the New York
Times, The Wall Street Journal, Ridgefield Magazine, and Architectural
Digest among other publications. He has taught at the New School
University, and the University of Texas at Austin, and served as a guest
critic at the Yale School of Architecture.