Hennebery Eddy Architects is a collaborative firm of architects and interior designers who together create responsive design solutions, rather than being tied to a specific style. Our team consistently pushes beyond a project’s programmatic requirements to design inspirational, environmentally conscious, and meaningful places in the community. In 2021, Hennebery Eddy of Portland merged with Comma-Q Architecture in Bozeman, and in 2022 we opened a Bend office — strengthening our ability to serve clients throughout the region from our locations in Oregon and Montana.
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Hennebery Eddy was honored to receive the 2018 Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects Northwest and Pacific Region (AIA NW+PR), which includes Oregon, Montana, Washington, Idaho, Alaska, and Hawaii. This award recognizes excellence in design, practice, and contributions to the profession; a commitment to community engagement; and the creation of a culture and exceptional work environment to foster these achievements. The strength of our regional peer set makes this recognition humbling and reinforces our commitment to how we practice: collaboratively, rooted in our values, and continually striving to improve.
We aspire to design net-positive spaces that positively reflect and respond to both the natural environment and the people who use them. The result is a healthy, efficient, and adaptive net-positive outcome for clients, users, and the greater community. The Architect 50 list has ranked Hennebery Eddy as one of the top sustainable design firms in the country.
Hennebery Eddy has a long-standing commitment to the role that social equity plays in our community. We believe giving is good for the community, good for business, demonstrates leadership, and is personally rewarding. As part of our Hennebery Eddy Gives program, our community involvement includes charitable giving; volunteering, teaching, and mentoring; and pro bono services.