Founder of AntiStatics Architecture & Professor in Practice at Cornell AAP , AntiStatics Architecture
Martin Miller is the creative design director and founding partner at AntiStatics Architecture. He is also a Professor in Practice at Cornell University Architecture Art Planning. Martin Miller comes from a diverse background with training in architecture, art, science and mathematics. He received his BFA in Sculpture from the University of Colorado with a minor in Mathematics, and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. His areas of expertise lie in parametric modeling, complex form rationalization and digital fabrication; especially in robotics and interactive design, Martin Miller has been teaching graduate studios as well as seminars focused on the implementation of computational design techniques including artificial intelligence, simulation, and robotic fabrication. Before founding AntiStatics with Mo Zheng, Martin was the lead designer and project manager for Jenny Sabin Studio. His recent works include The MaoHaus, a thin-shell concrete facade with hidden embedded imagery; Pussy Hut, an inhabitable pussy hat that's a tribute and monument to the Women's Rights movement; and Catenaries, a responsive installation provoking the impact of air as a driver for spatial definition; A large master-planning and architecture project for a waterfront redevelopment in Whenzhou;
Plaited Tectonics received a 2nd place in Pier 9 “the future of making things” competition. Martin Miller is born in San Paul, Minnesota, currently lives in both Beijing and New York.
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