Reaching a Pearl Anniversary is an amazing accomplishment for anyone – let alone a local, privately-owned, and community-based architecture practice such as HMH Architecture + Interiors who is celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2018.

Being a part of the vibrant, innovative, and activist Boulder community since 1989, the architects at HMH have seen a lot happen in the building community over the last three decades.

Harvey Hine recalls his early days in practice – “Being an architect in the 1980’s and 1990’s in Boulder there was a different cast of architects. Gone are Charles Heartling, Hobie Wagner, Gale Ables and many other great designers. In their place are equally talented architects such as EJ Meade and Dale Hubbard. It has been a real joy working and competing with so many talented people over thirty years.”

To the architects at HMH, part of looking forward is looking back – and they certainly have a lot to look back on. With hundreds of projects throughout Boulder County and the state of Colorado – including residences, restaurants, offices and condos, HMH has been a part of both the challenges and solutions of a growing and changing community.

And when asked what the next thirty years holds, President and 15-year HMH employee Cherie Goff states “We’ve come a long way in 30 years but we have always stayed true to our core values. Design has always been a top priority along with creating a fun work environment with a good work life balance. We are always striving to do better work and we are looking forward to the buildings of decade four and beyond.”