Thursday, April 3, 2008

Denver Architecture Firm of the Week 4/3/08
Humphries Poli Architects

Image Credit: Frank Ooms/Ooms Design 553 House

Profile from
"Longtime colleagues and collaborators Dennis Humphries and Joseph Poli founded Humphries Poli Architects, P.C. in 1994. Named 2005 Firm of the Year by the Denver Chapter of the AIA, HPA has garnered nineteen design awards, plus other publications and recognition, in its 11 years. This 29-person firm offers architecture, interior design, urban design, historic preservation and landscape architecture services. The firm specializes in multi-family housing, urban design, civic architecture, libraries and preservation projects. HPA brings a layered and rich approach to every project, resulting in thoughtful solutions that reach beyond the project's physical boundaries. Every project is an opportunity to make our city a better place to live, work, and relax. The HPA studio is still located in Denver's Golden Triangle neighborhood in its third storefront office at
1215 Elati St. For more information visit HPA’s Web site at

Recent Awards:
In addition to the
AIA Colorado 2006 Firm of the Year Award, HPA has received several other distinguishing honors, including AIA Denver 2005 Firm of the Year. Also, Dennis Humphries was honored as the 2003 Colorado Chapter of the American Subcontractors Association Architect of the Year as well as AIA Denver 2006 Architect of the Year and AIA Colorado 2005 Architect of the Year. In all, the firm and its projects have received more than 30 awards in the last 12 years. Recent award winning projects include the Granby Library (Granby, Colo.), 553 House (Denver), Blake Street Flats (Denver), the Brownstones at Riverfront Park (Denver) and Ten Winkle Towers (Denver).

Current Projects:
Rangeview Library District - Brighton Library
East Village Master Plan - Park Avenue Redevelopment, Denver

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