Norman Millar, AIA
POSITION Dean, Woodbury School of ArchitecturePHONE
EDUCATIONMArch, University of Pennsylvania School of Design
BArch, University of Washington
Norman Millar is an educator and practicing architect. He has been a registered architect since 1983, licensed to practice architecture in California, Washington and Hawaii. He established his Los Angeles practice, Norman Millar Architects, in 1985. His work has been widely published and awarded. He has led the growth the architecture programs at Woodbury University since 1999 during which time enrollment has nearly tripled in size and several new graduate programs have been established.
Prior to joining Woodbury, he taught at several Los Angeles institutions including the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), USC, Pasadena Art Center, and UCLA. In 2006 on sabbatical leave, he earned a Certificate from The Ross Minority Program in Real Estate at the Lusk Center for Real Estate in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California (2006). Norman has served as an accreditation team member on several NAAB accreditation visits. He is a regent for the California Architectural Foundation. He also serves on the Hollywood Design Review Advisory Board, the advisory board for the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, and the board of the Los Angeles Chapter of the AIA. Currently he is serving as president of ACSA. Norman’s academic interests are in the areas of critical practice, alternative practice and urban forestry, and everyday urbanism. Many of his critical essays have been published; including one on the plight of Los Angeles street venders, which was included in Everyday Urbanism, edited by Margaret Crawford, John Chase, and John Kaliski and published by Monacelli Press of New York in 1999 and again in 2009.
Key Contributor To:
- Master of Landscape Architecture Degree
- Master of Architecture Degree
- Master of Interior Architecture Degree
- Master of Science In Architecture Degree
- Master of Science in Architectural Real Estate Development Degree
- Master of Science in Architectural Landscape & Urbanism Degree
- Bachelor of Architecture Degree
- Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture Degree
NEWS & EVENTS
Architecture Community Remembers Norman R. Millar
The architecture and academic community in Los Angeles and beyond remembers Norman R. Millar,...
Woodbury University Mourns the Passing of Norman R. Millar, Dean of the School of Architecture
Award-Winning Architect, Educator and Visionary was 62 The Woodbury...
MIA | MLA Launch Reception in San Diego
Join us for the launch of two new graduate programs at our campus in Barrio Logan, San Diego, on...
LOCATION: SDMaster of Landscape Architecture
Our Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program in San Diego trains students to design for climate change and a transforming urban landscape. The curriculum is aimed at providing students with the...
LOCATION: LA, SDBachelor of Architecture (BArch)
The Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) program educates students to become imaginative, entrepreneurial, and ethical leaders in the architecture profession. The five-year, nationally...
LOCATION: LA, SDMaster of Architecture (MArch)
The Master of Architecture (MArch) graduate program at Woodbury embodies a fresh approach to architectural engineering and global urban conditions. Our innovative and accredited program trains students...
LOCATION: LA, SDMaster of Interior Architecture
The Master of Interior Architecture (MIA) program offers an education in critical spatial inquiry that elevates and reinvents the discipline of Interior Architecture by mining...
LOCATION: LABFA in Interior Architecture
Woodbury’s Los Angeles-Burbank campus offers an accredited four-year Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Interior Architecture. The program provides students with the analytical,...
LOCATION: LA, SDMaster of Science in Architecture (MSArch)
Students may work within faculty-led initiatives and choose classes from these areas of interest: – Agency for Civic Engagement (ACE) | Los Angeles – Drylands...
LOCATION: SDMSArch in Real Estate Development (MSArch RED)
The Master of Science in Real Estate Development program seeks to build upon the unique perspective and ethos of the architect. While architects design the way a building looks...