TaylorandMiller
Jeff Taylor and B. Alex Miller

 

Jeffrey Taylor, AIA

Jeffrey Taylor holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis and a Master of Architecture from M.I.T, where he was the recipient of the MIT Murcatt Fellowship. Jeff is a registered architect in the states of New York and Massachusetts. He began his architecture career as a licensed contractor, a skill and craft that deeply informs his contributions to Taylor and Miller. Today, Jeff maintains his contractor license and has built many of the firm’s projects in New York and in the Berkshires. Jeff is a registered architect in New York and Massachusetts.

Jeff was selected as a Design Vanguard winner from the Architectural Record in 2009. He was selected by the Architectural League of New York for the Emerging Voices program in 2011. He has one multiple awards for his architectural work, including Brooklyn Building Awards for Atlantic Gardens in 2008, Architizer Jury Award for Collapsible Workstations (Environmental Grantmakers offices) in office interiors, an Architizer Jury Award for Office>Entropy (Echoing Green offices) in office interiors, and was an Architizer award finalist in bar interiors and retail interiors for Montrose Whiskey Bar and LJ Cross flagship retail store. Jeff has been an invited lecturer at Kansas University, MIT, and Princeton.

B. Alex Miller holds a Masters of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelors of Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Alex was selected as a Design Vanguard winner from the Architectural Record in 2009. Alex was also selected by the Architectural League of New York for the Emerging Voices program in 2011. He has one multiple awards for his architectural work, including Brooklyn Building Awards for Atlantic Gardens in 2008, Architizer Jury Award for Collapsible Workstations (Environmental Grantmakers offices) in office interiors, an Architizer Jury Award for Office>Entropy (Echoing Green offices) in office interiors, and was an Architizer award finalist in bar interiors and retail interiors for Montrose Whiskey Bar and LJ Cross flagship retail store. Alex has been an invited lecturer at MIT, Princeton, and Pratt University and has been a visiting critic at Pennsylvania University, University of Virginia, MIT, and the University of Illinois.

Alex’s theoretical pursuits include a forthcoming book with MIT Press dedicated to the exploration of the American suburban garage typology, a body of research for which he was also awarded Outstanding Thesis Award for The Great American Garage, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.