Hendon + Huckestein Architects

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Hendon + Huckestein Architects, P.C. is an architecture firm which was opened in 1999 by Erik Hendon and Jim Huckestein. Its first offices were in the Brown Marx building, but the firm soon relocated to the Roden Block at 1928 2nd Avenue North, and then, in 2007, to the 9,800 square foot Engel Building at 2126 Morris Avenue.

In 2004 H+HA added an interior design department.

The firm professes a philosophy that "architecture is primarily concerned with establishing a "spirit of place" or genius loci, inspired by the uniqueness of each site and each client."

Notable projects


  • Tomberlin, Michael (February 3, 2007) "Architects have designs on new downtown HQ." The Birmingham News
  • Harris, Shelby (June 28, 2023) "CEO sit-down: How one Bham architecture firm is tackling growth, sustaining revenue." Birmingham Business Journal

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