Miller Dunwiddie Architcture
Master of Architecture – MIT
Architectural planning, programming &amp;amp;amp; design. This includes visioning sessions. long-range master planning. site design. facilitation of parish and neighborhood groups. feasibility studies. zoning and building code analysis, liturgical space planning. furniture and liturgical element design,. architectural space planning, construction documents, contractor selection, construction administration, post occupancy evaluation.
My professional life and my spiritual life are integrated and nearly seamless. Liturgical design involves the mind, body &amp;amp;amp; spirit _ and time. There is an ecumenical unity of searching for spiritual grounding as well as a need for denominational identity. It is both physical and spiritual. Heschel writes of the architecture of space and the architecture of time. This is where wonderful design begins.With my colleagues, we work collaborativelywith our clients and consultant teams, focusing on listening and reflective probing to understand the client’s needs and desires. The visioning sessions are comprehensive, interactive and involve multiple communication methods. Though an iterative series of design steps, ideas are refined, finalized and prepared for construction.
Principal of Miller Dunwiddie, a 50-person firm in Minneapolis, with a focus area of faith-based and K12 educational projects. Over 75 faith related projects within the past 20 years for Catholic, Jewish, Protestant and non-denominational clients. These projects include renovation of historic churches, new construction, additions. renovations, masterplanning, and private educational facilities.
- Liturgical Design Consultancy