June 2, 2014 - Boulder, CO. HMH Architecture + Interiors, HMHAI.com, celebrates its 25th anniversary year as one of the region’s most celebrated architecture and design firms winning multiple awards for architecture and interior design.

With 25 years in business, HMH Architecture + Interiors has established an innovative presence in the industry by:
 • Designing houses with beauty and functionality and a distinct "Colorado Modern” that is warm, comfortable and inviting, regardless of budget. • Offering an in-house interior design team, which means the entire process—space planning, furnishings, paint and finishes, kitchen and bath design, lighting, living and entertaining—is seamless and every detail is customized to the client’s vision. • Commitment to clearly defining and organizing every detail of a project before construction begins, ensuring the project stays on time and on budget. • Believing that good design should be available to everyone. 
 President, Harvey M. Hine launched the practice in 1989 and has carefully expanded to 6 employees today, including adding Cherie Goff as a partner in 2008. Staying small has allowed HMH Architecture + Interiors to remain 100% client-centered and dedicated to the highest quality design. “We have a saying in our office if we can’t all fit into a mini van, we’re too big,” says Hine. This small architecture firm thinks big when it comes to clients' needs reacting “quickly and efficiently, with clear, open communication.” HMH Architecture + Interiors prides itself on a “true team approach,” says Principal Architect Cherie Goff. 

“Our clients become friends and family,” says Hine noting that “referrals that have helped HMH Architecture + Interiors evolve so well in 25 years.” This steady growth is due in part to Hine’s 31 years of experience and leadership, along with the support of his seasoned team.

 The best advice he ever received was from his first boss; “If you value and nurture the relationships, everything else takes care of itself.” Over the years, Hine has taken this advice to heart and his legacy in Colorado is proof that when you listen to your clients and develop a mutual trust and respect, the design transforms from a structure into something visionary and purposeful, responsible and inspired.