An Interview with Blokable’s Timothy Miller
Modular housing has long been considered the future of creating affordable home, but what efforts are developers making and how is it likely to impact the world? Seattle-based startup ‘Blockable’ is working to make modular housing a reality.
Blokable’s Co-Founder and VP of Design, Timothy MIller,
Drawing inspiration from his experience as both a designer and project leader on such notable projects as the development of the Amazon Go store, Blokable’s Co-Founder and VP of Design, Timothy MIller, talks about reinventing the way we design, build, finance, and deploy housing.
“Viewing housing through the lens of product allows us to innovate and scale to a point where unrivaled quality comes at a fraction of the price.”
How can the architecture and design industry learn from this product approach to housing? Find out in the latest ARCHHIVE BOOKS publication, ''What is affordable housing?''
About the book: 176 pages, A4 portrait, softcover collection of interviews, design concepts, essays and case studies backed up with premium color high resolution images, on white, uncoated glossy paper.
Editor Collin Anderson
ARCHHIVE is a print publication expanding on the ideas presented by
Bee Breeders Architecture Competition Organisers.
Bee Breeders is a generator of new ideas, conceived by a worldwide
think tank, for tackling challenging design issues. It often works with
civic, industry, or government partners to initiate its competitions, some
of which are conceptual while others are intended to be built.
ARCHHIVE aims to bring together architects with startups,
entrepreneurs, developers, and problem-solving organizations which tackle these same global issues, often in ways other than building. ARCHHIVE merges the wealth of Bee Breeders’ novel architectural
design proposals, with complementary ideas in entrepreneurship,
policy, and technology.