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Architect who shaped Island, Northwest, dies

Along with several private residences on the Island, the Miller Hull Partnership designed the Mercer Island Community and Events Center. - Miller Hull photo
Along with several private residences on the Island, the Miller Hull Partnership designed the Mercer Island Community and Events Center.
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Architect Robert Hull, a founding partner of The Miller Hull Partnership, died April 8, due to complications related to a stroke he suffered in South Africa. He was 68.

Hull, along with his business partner David Miller, led The Miller Hull Partnership to national prominence as a leader in the practice of Pacific Northwest regional design. Along with several private residences on the Island, the firm designed the Mercer Island Community and Events Center, above, and is the architectural firm for the current remodel of the Mercer Island library.

 

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