Miller Architecture and Planning was started on the belief that it is the responsibility of the design professional to be deeply involved in the betterment of their community through the physical embodiment of architecture that is appropriate to the client's needs, the context in which it's built and to the environment at large, as well as maintaining the architect's physical presence and availability to his or her neighbors within the community. 

As Project Manager, Stephanie draws on her industry experience of more than twenty five years, including running her own construction company, to bring vital perspective to each project. She has designed and built everything from retail to restaurants, to public projects in town squares, to manufacturing and industrial complexes, to private custom homes. Her dad was a career soldier so this “Army-Brat” has seen a lot of the country, attending both Sun Prairie High School in Wisconsin and Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City, Florida. Earning certification in Architectural Drafting at West Georgia Technical College, Stephanie is now a member of WGTC advisory committee. 




Founded in 2004 by Terry Miller, Miller Architecture and Planning is a full service architectural design firm. We provide complete turnkey design solutions for commercial, residential and institutional clients. Miller Architecture and Planning also provides services that include facilities management, renovation, master planning and historic restoration and preservation.

In addition, Miller Architecture and Planning has a full service Interior Design department with deeply experienced professionals capable of offering a variety of interior design packages, from minor aesthetic consultation to complete interior build-out services including contract interiors.

So, whatever your architectural or design needs are, we at Miller Architecture and Planning are here to help you attain your desired result. Terry Miller is a licensed architect in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and South Carolina.

Small Business of Excellence award by the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce in 2014 and 2017.

A designer and artist born and raised in Douglasville, Georgia, Christine graduated Chapel Hill High School and The University of Georgia, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Emphasis on Interior Design, highlighted by her peers’ selection of a furniture piece she had designed and personally constructed to be the centerpiece of the Senior Exit Showcase at UGA’s Lamar Dodd School of Art. As an associate member of The American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Green Associate, Christine creates innovative design solutions for residential and commercial projects across the country for Miller Architecture and Planning, but her impact can be seen most in her hometown where she volunteers her help to the local homeless community both with hands-on service through Nichol’s Outreach Program, and volunteering her talents creating numerous designs for various affordable housing solutions. She’s also the founding member of the Encompass Design Studies Program, which connects Art, Design, Architecture and Construction professionals in our community with the budding architecture students and rising young artists at her alma mater, Chapel Hill High School in Douglasville. 







Originally from the great pacific northwest, Kevin moved to southern California in 1986 to work for an international thermal media products corporation. In 1997 he moved to Douglasville Georgia and began work as a product specialist for a national MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations) materials and supplies company. Kevin worked in this capacity for the next 10 years before deciding to go back to school where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Atlanta. Kevin has worked at Miller Architecture and Planning since 2016 as a designer, graphic designer and office manager.


James’ approach to design is as unique as his background. Before joining Miller Architecture and Planning in 2007, he worked installing custom furniture he designed and fabricated, helped position theater sets, props and costume design, worked as an interior designer, even taught University courses on design. With multiple degrees in Art, Education, and Design, his journey has included construction, as an independent subcontractor and with a large company, experiencing everything from structural framing to fine finishes. His other artistic endeavors include graphic design and web design, wall murals and even portraits, but only the challenges of architecture allow him to merge all of these perspectives and create unique works of art.


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Terry Miller received his Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Studies from the University of Pittsburgh in 1985 followed by a Masters of Architecture from Syracuse University.  He has been a licensed architect since 1996.  He moved to Georgia in 1997 and worked at the Project Management level in several Atlanta architectural firms before starting his own practice, Miller Architecture and Planning, in 2004 and locating it in downtown Douglasville the following year.  Mr. Miller is a member of the American Institute of Architects, NCARB certified and licensed in 7 states (GA, AL, FL, NC, SC, PA and NJ).  He and his firm have designed projects of just about every building type imaginable, including houses, shopping centers, car dealerships, medical offices, hotels, and many other categories.  Miller Architecture and Planning was granted a Small Business of Excellence award by the Douglas County Chamber of Commerce in 2014 and again in 2017.  Some of his most notable projects include the (State-wide award-winning) O'Neal Plaza stage cover and the adjacent Irish Bred Pub balcony and second floor renovation, Live Oak Shopping Center, Victorious Kidz Academy Day Care, and the renovation of several commercial spaces on Broad Street in downtown Douglasville.  Mr. Miller has served as the past chairman of the Downtown Douglasville Development Authority and was elected to the Douglasville City Council in 2007 serving through 2011 and elected to another term in 2017.  He is a past member of the board of directors of the Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville and currently serves on the Lithia Springs High School STEM Advisory Board, the WellStar Douglas Regional Board, and the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Livable Cities Initiative Committee.