About Coldham&Hartman Architects
Coldham&Hartman Architects is a full service architectural practice designing residential, commercial, and institutional buildings for public, private, and non-profit entities.
We have a passion for and professional commitment to fine architecture, and specifically to elevating "green" design to a high order of aesthetic refinement. "We want our buildings to be green and graceful" says founding principal Bruce Coldham.
We undertake building rehabilitation because we believe that revitalization of old buildings is key to keeping our cities and towns alive, and to solving the planet’s energy puzzle.
Our institutional work underscores our belief that the infrastructure of our common future must be thoughtful, enjoyable, and productive, so that it can outlast those who helped to build it.
We believe in the creative potential of a well-coordinated, mutually respectful team. Though we are a small office, our reach is wide.Our network of consultants includes some of the most accomplished systems designers and building analysts in North America.
Contact UsColdham&Hartman Architects
49 S. Pleasant St. Suite 301
Amherst, MA 01002
Coldham&Hartman Architects bring the following strengths to a project:
Extensive experience with environmentally sensitive materials and systems. "Green Building" is not an add-on to our design, or a department of our firm: it is the core of our practice, and we’ve been doing it for thirty years.
Strong listening, programming and design skills. We have particular experience in creating high quality spaces to promote comfortable, healthy working and living environments — and in hearing people’s concerns about what that means.
Experience at creating and managing inclusive design processes involving many diverse players. Involvement with cohousing groups, non-profits, and town committees has taught us thoughtful navigation.
The ability to conduct positive, lasting, client relationships. We are proud of our repeat customers, our word-of-mouth referrals, and our client Recommendations.