Inspire | Embrace | Renew

Our Firm

Hennebery Eddy Architects is a collaborative firm of designers led by a set of guiding principles.

Inspire

Foster delight

Enable well-being

Advance the profession

Be memorable

Embrace

Remove barriers

Strengthen context

Harmonize with nature

Seek new ideas

Renew

Enhance the environment

Learn from the past

Steward resources

Revitalize communities

Hennebery Eddy

"Our belief that design is about embracing the human experience and invoking inspiration in others is what guides who we are as a firm and the impact we strive to make every day."

Timothy R. Eddy FAIA
President

How We Work

An approach rooted in inquiry results in refined architecture of its place and a net-positive outcome for people and planet.

pause, then question

Listening first and asking questions sets a foundation to understand communities, serve client needs, and discover new ideas.

respond to context

How design relates to, complements, and enhances its surroundings is key to creating a lasting sense of place and inspiration.

think long term

Environmentally responsible, place-based designs become culturally significant buildings that serve multiple generations.

preserve the past

Iconic landmarks and modest vernacular structures help us understand one another, interpret the past, and chart the future.

edit to the essentials

Simple, elegant solutions create timeless designs that serve their mission with clarity.

 

Like our practice, our logo has evolved over the years.

Today, we introduce our refined logo and a new brand statement that reflect our unity as a firm and highlight our purpose: Designing to inspire, embrace, and renew.
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#inspireembracerenew #henneberyeddy #henneberyeddyarchitects #portlandarchitect #bozemanarchitects #bendarchitect #portlandarchitecture #bozemanarchitecture #bendarchitecture
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Oregon Supreme Court building is a beautiful civic landmark. Take a look behind the scenes of our award-winning rehabilitation, and tap the link in bio to learn more.
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#historicpreservation #resilience #seismicretrofit #sustainabledesign #sustainablepreservation #architecturalsalvage #nationalregister #oregonarchitecture #thisplacematters
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Our rehabilitation of the Oregon Supreme Court was honored with a Best of Design Award by The Architect`s Newspaper in the Restoration and Preservation category! Read more about the interior modernization, meticulous rehabilitation, and base-isolated seismic retrofit of this historic building at the #linkinbio.
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Thank you to @archpaper and congratulations to our project team and partners:
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Owner: State of Oregon Judicial Department
Landscape Architect: @knotstudio.pdx
Contractor: @hoffmancorp
Structural Engineer: Forell|Elsesser Engineers & @kpff.pdx
MEP Engineer & Lighting: Interface Engineering
Sustainability Consultant: Brightworks
Artist: @epiphanyglass
Plaster: @theharvercompany
Wood: JS Perrot & Co.
Concrete: Pence/Kelley Concrete, LLC
Photographer: @parteephoto
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Proud to be a sponsor of the 20th Annual @bendfilmfestival, running October 12-15. Watch some incredible films and use code "2OFF-2023" to snag $2 off film tickets.
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Our Studios

Architecture is a team sport. Interpersonal collaboration in our open studios is a core aspect of our culture and encourages interactive decision-making that benefits teams and projects. Our Portland headquarters is our largest office and firm hub. Our growing Bend studio serves Central Oregon, while our Bozeman studio has served the Yellowstone region for 30 years. Each of these offices is located in an historic downtown building — a physical presence that facilitates community connections and represents our core values.

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Portland

Find us in the Pittock Block in downtown’s West End.

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Bend

Find us at 1000 NW Wall, in the heart of downtown Bend.

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Bozeman

Find us in the transformed Mid-Town Auto Repair shop.

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A Just Organization

Reflecting our enduring commitment to workplace equity and responsible business practices, Hennebery Eddy's policies are in line with the International Living Future Institute’s Just program. Like a nutrition label for organizations, Just evaluates a set of 22 social justice indicators. We received our first label in 2017 and renewed in 2019, 2021, and 2023 using the rigorous 2.0 standards. Our voluntary disclosure of these metrics is our public pledge to evaluate areas for continual improvement — from how we treat employees to where we make financial and community investments.

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Hennebery Eddy Gives

We believe action and service are paramount to a successful and holistic architectural practice and that giving is good for the community, good for business, demonstrates leadership, and is personally rewarding. Our Hennebery Eddy Gives program includes charitable giving; volunteering, teaching, and mentoring; and pro bono services. We are a signatory to Public Architecture’s 1+ program, pledging 1% or more of annual billable hours to pro bono service. We also sponsor a staff community service scholarship, paid volunteer days, and a charitable gift-matching program.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Hennebery Eddy is committed to advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging through our design work, in our recruiting and hiring processes, and in our workplace culture. Our holistic and scalable DEI in Design Conversation Guide, a workflow that we’ve presented at several national conferences, guides project teams in articulating goals, identifying action steps, and measuring outcomes, to help projects and stakeholders embrace the communities they serve. We work proactively to build diversity in the workplace through our recruiting and hiring efforts, and we provide opportunities for minority and women employees to excel within our firm and on our teams. In addition to being recognized as a Just Organization, the firm has a formal equal employment opportunity policy; is an EEO-certified firm with the City of Portland; is a signatory to the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) PDX Call to Action – the organization’s guideline for firms/organizations to change their current practices of supporting, recruiting/retaining, and promoting BIPOC individuals. Our ongoing professional development, recruiting, and training efforts are guided by a comprehensive Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan.

Firm Milestones

Defined Purpose, Refined Look

A refreshed logo and new brand statement reflect our unity as a firm and highlight our purpose: Designing to inspire, embrace, and renew.

Young Professional Friendly
Young Professional Friendly

The firm is named as “Emerging Professional (EP) Friendly” by AIA Northwest + Pacific Region, noting our commitment to professional staff development.

Bend Office Established
Bend Office Established

The firm expands its regional presence by opening a new studio in Bend to better serve clients in Central, Eastern, and Southern Oregon.

Mountain West Merger
Mountain West Merger

Hennebery Eddy and Comma-Q merge to establish an integrated, regional design team built on strong personal and professional relationships.

Partnership Continues
Partnership Continues

Hennebery Eddy and Comma-Q partner again, embarking on a condition assessment of the iconic and historic Montana State Capitol.

Regional Firm of the Year
Regional Firm of the Year

Hennebery Eddy receives the AIA Northwest + Pacific Region annual Firm Award recognizing excellence in design, practice, and community.

First Just Label
First Just Label

Hennebery Eddy receives its first Just label from the International Living Future Institute, reflecting our commitment to equity and social justice.

Historic Resources Group Established
Historic Resources Group Established

Hennebery Eddy formally establishes our in-house Historic Resources Group dedicated to the preservation and reuse of historic places.

AIA 2030 Commitment Signed
AIA 2030 Commitment Signed

Hennebery Eddy signs onto the Architecture 2030 Commitment with the goal of building only carbon-neutral buildings by the year 2030.

Partnership Begins
Partnership Begins

With shared core values and personal connections to Montana State University, Hennebery Eddy and Comma-Q team up to design MSU’s new Jabs Hall.

Comma-Q’s New Studio

Comma-Q’s adaptive reuse transforms the former Mid-Town Auto Repair shop into a distinctive design studio that is still home to the Bozeman team.

First National AIA Award
First National AIA Award

Hennebery Eddy wins its first national AIA design award: An Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture Honor Award for the Loyola Jesuit Center.

Steve Hennebery Passes Away
Steve Hennebery Passes Away

Steve Hennebery suddenly passes away in his mid-40s, leaving behind a legacy of design innovation responsive service and taking personal ownership.

Comma-Q Architecture Founded
Comma-Q Architecture Founded

In Bozeman, Ben Lloyd founds an architecture practice focused on community design and the idea of pausing and questioning (“Comma-Q”).

Hennebery Eddy Architects Founded
Hennebery Eddy Architects Founded

In Portland, partners Stephen J. Hennebery and Timothy R. Eddy establish a design firm with an entrepreneurial spirit and ethos of thinking long term.