Hennebery Eddy Recognized for Sustainable Design & Historic Preservation Excellence

Firm named to Architect 50 second year in a row; historical architect named AIA Oregon Young Architect

The end of 2019 brought significant recognition for Hennebery Eddy. For the second year in a row, the firm was named to ARCHITECT Magazine’s Architect 50 – a listing of top firms in the nation. The ranking evaluates firms of all sizes across design, sustainability, and business practices. Our place on the list reflects our design approach and net-positive philosophy.

A significant component of sustainable design is historic preservation, and Hennebery Eddy’s Historic Resources Group brings specialty focus to this practice. The firm is proud to share that historical architect Carin Carlson was named the 2019 Young Architect by AIA Oregon in recognition of her commitment to cultivating and guiding current and future stewards, professionals, and advocates for historic resources through exemplary professional practice, leadership, mentoring and education.  Carin is a past Portland Historic Landmarks Commission member, and recently taught a course on building preservation plans at the University of Oregon.