Nathan Miller is Director of Computational Design at CASE where he is responsible for leading the efforts on computational design strategy and complex modeling and geometric rationalization. His expertise in 3D modeling programs and fluency in several scripting and programming languages provides leading-edge solutions and capabilities for significant AECO clients. Prior to joining CASE, Nate held the position of Associate Architectural Designer and Lead Computational Designer at NBBJ where he focused on the development and implementation of computational design systems for generative design concepts, production efficiency, and building performance. Nate earned his Master of Architecture from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and has been a frequent contributor of lectures, articles, and white papers for research venues such as ACADIA, the ASCA, and the annual USC BIM Symposium.
19 September 2012
NBBJ projects will be used to showcase a variety of customized computational tools for different aspects of high rise design in the early stages of...