Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design was founded in 2002 by partners B. Alex Miller and Jeff Taylor. The firm is based in New York with fabrication facilities in the Berkshires and has a portfolio of projects that include residential, retail, gallery spaces, and installations alike. Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design collaborates with a diverse clients from both the United States and abroad.
Jeff Taylor holds a Masters of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelors of Science from Washington University in St. Louis. Taylor began his building career as a licensed contractor, a skill and craft that deeply informs his abilities as an architect. Taylor maintains his contractor license and has built many of the firm's projects in New York and in the Berkshires. Taylor's merits include Honorable Mention at the Congress of New Urbanism, 2004 Charter Awards, and he has also lectured at Princeton University
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. Miller has lectured at Princeton University and served as a critic at University of Illinois, MIT, and the University of Virginia. His theoretical pursuits also 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.
In 2002 while still graduate students at MIT Taylor and Miller founded their architectural practice dedicated to the research and building of form and space. Taylor and Miller's joint merits include a 2013 Architizer A+ Award for Jury Winner in the Office Interior category, a 2009-2010 nomination for participation in MoMa PS1 Young Architects Program, selected as part of the Architecture Vanguard Issue of Architectural Record in December 2009, in 2009 received Brooklyn Building Award for Atlantic Gardens project, and awarded the "Emerging Voices" honor in 2011 by the New York Architectural League which includes a feature lecture at the New Museum, New York, NY.