Harry Mills is passionate about regenerative, environmentally responsible and inclusive design. He has a background working with timber in architecture and structural engineering and is a fellow of the Gottstein Trust in Australia, and the Advance HE in the United Kingdom.
Harry is a part of the Laudes Foundation Growing the Future project at CNMI. He is researching European timber product supply chains to inform the design of robust policies to enable rapid uptake of timber for net-zero construction. Aspects such as the chain of custody of building products, alternative sustainable processing methods of building products, to material-efficient building design form part of his work.
Harry's Australian Research Council-funded PhD project looks at resource conscious timber design to enable material-efficient and sustainable net-zero construction. It's being completed at the Future Timber Hub, Folded Structures Lab, and School of Civil Engineering at the University of Queensland in Australia.
Harry is always open for a chat. Feel free to drop him a line -