Associate, Miller Hull Partnership, AIA

Alex Ianchenko

 Associate, Miller Hull Partnership, AIA

Passion, Expertise and Contribution

Collaborate with Interns and educators on developing Green STEM case studies for the classroom on the Living Building Challenge, Ecodistricts, Affordable Housing.


Coach students on applying the Living Building Challenge to new school construction in their school district and making informed recommendations to Capital Projects and the School Board.


Coach students on using PvWatts to advance the Solar Neighborhood Challenge.


Coach students on developing Impact Projects around Eco Cool Home Remodel Tool.


Help develop and coach an SA Green Building Team comprised of student leaders and Teacher Fellows engaging city governments on the Policy Roadmap - King County GreenTools Green Building program.


Facilitate an annual Intergenerational Symposium on the Design & Policy Challenges for 100% Electrical Buildings. Shift Zero | Architecture 2030 | Miller Hull Firm


Participate in one or more PBL Curriculum Design Labs to support both teachers and students in applied problem solving.


Support Green Job profiles and diversity workforce development strategies.


Design ways to integrate SA Impact Storytelling into personal and professional communications channels and platforms.


Support Ambassadors in building positive scenarios for the year 2050 through the Summer Series of 2050 WORKOUTS.


Attend the annual 2050 Update (August) and help promote it as widely as possible.

About Alex

Alex is a researcher and design staff member with the Miller Hull Partnership in Seattle. Previously a researcher with the Carbon Leadership Forum and founding member of the Circular City + Living Systems Lab at the University of Washington, Alex is passionate about the intersection of information science, research and design. Her experience with data management and visualization continues to inform her ongoing work in whole-building life cycle assessment, building performance forecasting, and GIS mapping.


Today, Alex is dedicated to applying her background to climate advocacy as a member of the Seattle hub of the Carbon Leadership Forum, the AIA Washington Climate Committee, and the Sustainable Design Leaders Climate-Smart Wood Group. See additional links for Alex Ianchenko at (researchgate) and also Alex Ianchenko (work portfolio)