Hartman-Cox ArchitectsContact: Scott Teixeira, FAIA
Established in 1965, Hartman–Cox Architects is an award-winning, national recognized Washington DC firm with expertise in major renovations and new construction for institutional, educational and civic clients. Noted for sensitivity and response to site and context, as well as its stylistic flexibility, Hartman-Cox creates buildings appropriate to their surroundings and their function. The fi rm has received over 180 design awards, including six American Institute of Architects Honor Awards, the Louis Sullivan Award for Architecture, the 2006 Arthur Ross Award for Architecture and the American Institute of Architects Architectural Firm Award, the highest award the AIA bestows on a firm for design.
As architects of significant structures such as the National Gallery of Art, National Archives Building and the Smithsonian Institution Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture, Hartman-Cox Architects has carefully evaluated, conserved and preserved over thirty structures for future generations.