Since its founding in 1969, HMFH Architects, Inc. has established a national reputation for design excellence. By its distinguished range of award-winning work—from renovated urban buildings to new rural campuses—HMFH is recognized as a leader in the design of innovative learning environments. HMFH’s work, noted for its user-centered design and energetic use of color, has been exhibited nationally and has been featured in numerous publications on school planning and design as well as national journals like Architectural Record and The Boston Globe. HMFH maintains the firm’s commitment to extraordinary design and expert service through its highly experienced staff and through a thoughtful design process that engages owners, users, and members of the community. The result is a building, an addition, or a simple renovation that is clearly responsive to its users’ needs, is programmatically elegant, and is sensitive to its context. Throughout four decades of successful projects, HMFH continues to distinguish its work by finding unique program or design solutions that exceed the client’s basic expectations. From 1970s passive solar design to 1980s co-generation to current net-zero energy buildings, the firm has been a leader in practical sustainable design, demonstrating a commitment to addressing larger community issues through its architecture. By understanding the unique needs of each client, HMFH is able to design buildings that delight users and are operationally efficient and environmentally responsible.