Miklós studied at the Technical University of Budapest, Faculty of Architecture and graduated with honours in 1965. He attended the post-graduate Master School of the Association of Hungarian Architects in 1973-1974.
He worked at the PTI design office first as a junior, later as a senior architect between 1965-1970.
He joined KÖZTI in 1970 and first worked at Miklós Hofer’s studio. He got his own studio in 1974. He was appointed chief architect of the whole office in 1982. After the privatization of KÖZTI, he had been head of his studio up to 2020, when he retired. He has been chairman of the board of directors since 1997.
In the beginning he had worked mostly on healthcare projects, later he designed other types of public buildings, offices and hotels as well. Some of his important projects included the development of the Kecskemét Hospital for several decades, with several buildings; new buildings at the Nyírő Gyula Hospital, SZOTE and Uzsoki Street Hospital; the KÖZTI-ARTISJUS-BAYER office building, reconstruction of the Corinthia Grand Hotel Royal, the residential and commercial building at Klapka Street and the Eiffel Art Studios, new art complex of the Opera House.
He was a member of many professional societies, design committees and diploma committees during his career. He has been a regular member of the Hungarian Academy of Arts since 2011, vice president of the Academy since 2017.
Miklós has received numerous professional awards and prizes. He was awarded the Ybl Miklós Prize in 1995, the Pro Architectura Prize in 1995 and 2004, the Csonka Pál Award in 2003, Prima Award in 2005, Steindl Imre Award in 2006, Podmaniczky Frigyes Award in 2012 and the Széchenyi Prize in 2013.