(co)studio design/build instructor, Glenwood Springs and Roaring Fork High Schools
West Virginia born and bred, Matthew Miller is currently (co)studio’s lead design/build instructor. An accomplished designer and fabricator, he has worked for several leading social design practices including Project H Design and Architecture for Humanity. Matthew holds degrees in architecture from the University of Tennessee and Cranbrook Academy of Art, and has taught architecture and design at the Rhode Island School of Design, the College of Creative Studies, and UC Berkeley, among others. Matt has extensive experience as a designer/builder, with a range of projects extending from the blighted streets of Detroit to the agrarian slopes of southwestern Uganda.
Prior to joining the (co)studio team in the Roaring Fork Valley, Matt co-founded and led instruction for Studio H—an award winning and widely published high school design/build curriculum. The first year of Studio H is the subject of the documentary film If You Build It.