Boulder Architecture Firm HMH Architecture + Interiors and Boulder Architects Harvey Hine and Cherie Goff were recently featured in the March 2012 issue of Architect Magazine.

One of the projects highlighted in the article is The Onyx, a mixed-use building located on the edge of Boulder’s downtown district.

“Adaptive reuse and urban infill in the downtown area are the main opportunities for development. The Onyx, designed by local firm Harvey M. Hine Architecture + Interiors (HMH), is a three story, 25,000-square-foot mixed-use building featuring six residential lofts over street level commercial space. Sited on the zero-setback 15th Street, it received the 2009 AIA Colorado North Chapter Merit Award for Interiors. Two other downtown projects are in the offing.”

“Where will Boulder be in 10 years? Harvey Hine, AIA, HMH’s founding partner, expects it won’t look “a whole lot different than it looks now. Most of the design work will be in renovation and not new construction. Some old shopping centers will be redeveloped, hopefully into mixed-use.” His partner, Cherie Goff, AIA, is hoping for more density and infill. “I think these are the only long term ways to address growth without sprawl.”