Hunt Architecture is a full-service architecture and design firm based in New York City and Austin, Texas. Founded by brothers Nicholas and Andrew Hunt, the studio strives to find elegant solutions to the complexity of building while paying close attention to the unique context of each project. Our work is modern yet inviting, simple yet sophisticated.
Using our partnership as a model, we believe collaboration allows for a higher level of resolution and refinement. Our process centers on our clients: We begin by listening to better understand their needs and goals, then develop ideas as a team. This relationship allows us to imbue our design with a unique, customized sense of place that is specific to each project and client. We practice architecture with integrity and a sense of responsibility for people, materials, and space. We love what we do and that passion is evident in our work.
The blend of our experience is apparent in our architecture. We rely on each other for our individual strengths and varied perspectives. The balance is what drives our studio.
Nicholas Hunt earned his Master of Architecture from Yale University and Bachelor of Architecture from Syracuse University. Prior to cofounding Hunt Architecture, he was an Architect at Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects | Partners, where he worked on a range of institutional and residential projects. He has also worked at Ennead Architects and Gray Organschi Architecture. Nicholas is a Registered Architect in the State of New York.
Andrew Hunt earned his Master of Architecture from Virginia Tech and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Hobart College. For ten years prior to cofounding Hunt Architecture, Andrew worked for a New York-based design firm specializing in high-end residential, hotel, and retail work throughout the world. He also has experience working for design-build and construction firms in New England. Andrew is a Registered Architect in the State of Connecticut.
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