MDS crafts environments that enrich the user experience and help our clients' programs thrive.

MDS/Miller Dyer Spears is an architecture, planning and interior design firm based in Boston. We work with institutions, schools, public agencies, developers, and communities, and specialize in a range of project types that foster innovation, learning, creativity and wellness. We are proud of the many long-standing relationships we have developed with our clients, many of whom we have served for decades.


Harvard Medical School’s Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology (LSP) is a multidisciplinary effort within Harvard Program in Therapeutic Sciences (HiTP) that seeks to reinvent the fundamental science underlying the development of new medicines and their use in individual patients. LSP’s new lab is a fresh, collaborative environment for research. Read more.

MDS celebrates with Boston Collegiate Charter School on the dedication of its Mayhew Street School Expansion. This project added vital gathering space and 13 classrooms to BCCS’s middle and high school facilities. Read more.

Our comprehensive renovation with Shawmut Design and Construction of Boston University’s Myles Standish Hall and Annex received a Silver Award from the Design Build Institute of America New England Chapter. Read more.

For the second year in a row, MDS was recognized as Green Streets Initiative’s Walk/Ride Day Corporate Challenge winner in the small workplaces category. MDS was recognized for both overall participation and healthy and green switches. Read more.


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MDS/Miller Dyer Spears
99 Chauncy Street, 8th Floor
Boston, MA 02111
617-338-5350


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We welcome new business inquiries. Please contact us to discuss how MDS can support you in your architectural, planning or interior design project.

Myron Miller, Principal
Will Spears, Principal
Amy MacKrell, Principal
James Loftus, Principal
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