CARMEL HIGHLANDS PELICAN HOUSE by Eric Miller Architects

Location : Carmel-By-The-Sea, California, USA

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Photo by: Russell Abraham


ERIC MILLER, AIA

Eric Miller opened his award-winning architectural firm in Pacific Grove in 1987, and has since completed over two hundred projects in Monterey County. Eric Miller balances the vision of his Clients with site features, such as views, to create buildings with character defining appearances resulting in extraordinary interior and exterior spaces. These exceptional buildings, both commercial and residential, allow his clients to live a lifestyle that includes convenience, style and beauty.

AWARDS

Residential Design, Award of Merit
American Institute of Architects, Monterey Bay Chapter

Historic Awards
Pacific Grove Heritage Society

Commercial Design, Award of Merit
American Institute of Architects, Monterey Bay Chapter

Monterey Bay Design Competition
Best Residential Exterior

Best of Houzz, Design 2016

EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT

Eric Miller – AIA  |  Architect, Principal

Luyen Vu  |  Vice President, Director of Operations

Carla Hashimoto – AIA  |  Architect, Associate

PRODUCTION TEAM

Rissa Sandman

Diosdado Marquez

Ben Wise

Jimmy Mondala

Charley del Rosario

Susan Hall

INTERIOR DESIGN

Ruby Dominguez

OFFICE MANAGEMENT

Jo Balestreri  |  Business Manager

Carolyn Nilsen  |  Office Manager

Anita Hitchcock-Cueto  |  Administrative Assistant

 

http://www.ericmillerarchitects.com/

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