Brook Muller is a professor of architecture and core faculty member in the Environmental Studies Program at the University of Oregon. He also directs A&AA’s Graduate Certificate Program in Ecological Design. Muller's research bridges design theory and ecologically responsive practice. From 1993-1996, he worked with Behnisch Architects in Stuttgart, Germany, serving as co-project leader on the IBN Institute for Nature Research, a European Union pilot project for human and environmentally friendly building. He was a faculty member in the Architecture Department at California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo from 2000-2004, directing the College’s minor in sustainable environments. He was a recipient of an American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment National Award in 2005, and in 2009, he was awarded the Campus Compact Award for Civic Engagement in Sustainability. Muller is the author of Ecology and the Architectural Imagination (Routledge 2014).