Steven Miller, of Perkins Eastman, to hold position for one year
Perkins Eastman regional manager, Steven Miller FAIA, RIBA, has been appointed to chairman of the AIA International Committee.
Already part of the team overseeing projects and growth in the MENA region for Perkins Eastman, Miller will hold the position for one year, after spending two years as a committee member.
AIA principal and executive director Jon Stark says Miller’s experience is “unparalleled”.
“Steven Miller brings an unparalleled level of experience and insight to excellence in the international practice of architecture. We are proud that Perkins Eastman is able to serve as a resource on international markets, practice, and design to AIA members by extending the expertise of our firm-wide experts,” commented Stark.
The AIA International Committee is the forum where all the constituencies (the AIA representatives, the global practitioners, and the overseas members) of the AIA’s International Program converge, so that practice, policy, and member service issues will inform all aspects of the program. The International Committee is a resource for the President and the Board of Directors to advise on and to monitor global issues.
Miller, who was appointed to Perkins Eastman last year, previously worked with FXFOWLE and his own studio in Prague.
To date, his work in the Dubai includes sustainable masterplans for Nakheel’s Waterfront District, the 55,800 foot Sheikh Rashin bin Saeed Bridge and a number of commercial and residential buildings.
His commercial and residential projects in Mumbai, Noida, and Delhi, India including I.T. Park master planning, were all designed to achieve LEED Gold Rating by India’s Green Building Council.