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Justin Miller

DESIGNhabitat Works with Habitat to Promote Sustainable Design

Dhab picture of Burt Family in front of their new home

APLA faculty member Justin Miller and APLA School Head David Hinson have worked with the Alabama Association of Habitat Affiliates (AAHA) and the Alabama Homebuilders Association over the past year to help promote the integration of sustainable design and construction values more broadly and deeply

Designed for Habitat: Collaborations with Habitat for Humanity

Designed for Habitat Book Cover

Profiles thirteen case studies from around the U.S. that illustrate a broad range of innovative approaches to energy performance, alternative construction strategies, and responses to site context.

Hinson and Miller Publish New Book on Affordable Housing Design

Designed for Habitat: Collaborations with Habitat for Humanity Book Cover

David Hinson and Justin Miller, faculty in the School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture, have authored a new book profiling successful partnerships between architects, architecture students, and Habitat for Humanity. Designed for Habitat: Collaborations with Habitat for Humanity

Spring 2012 Students Involved in Wood Comp Project Assist the Friends of the Lady Bird Wildflower Garden

Photo collage of WoodComp models

In 2008 The Friends of Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Garden and Auburn University created a garden to reflect the agenda of the former first lady and to provide a place for the public to experience native flora of the state of Alabama.

The DESIGNhabitat Program Continues to Evolve

Photo Collage of DESIGNhabitat houses

The DESIGNhabitat program is an ongoing collaboration between the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture and the Alabama Association of Habitat Affiliates (AAHA). Initiated in 2001 by Professor David Hinson, the program has provided a venue for the active engagement of Auburn

Prefab for Humanity

Students pouring concrete in forms

According to the Alabama Association of Habitat Affiliates (AAHA) families eligible for Habitat homes spend up to 30 percent of their income on utility bills. In Alabama the majority of those expenditures are directed towards heating and cooling the houses. Auburn Professors Justin Miller, Ryan

Prefab for Humanity

Students installing insulation into prefab forms

According to the Alabama Association of Habitat Affiliates (AAHA) families eligible for Habitat homes spend up to 30 percent of their income on utility

Interior Architecture Students Study Iconic Kappa Sigma House

Drawings of Sigma Kappa House Thesis Project

Justin Millerand Kevin Moore will present the studio work from their 2011 Interior Architecture Summer Thesis studio at the 2012 ACSA International Conference in Barcelona in June.

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