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One Firm. One Vision.

Clear & Honest Architecture


Drawing from our tradition of modern architecture across different markets in the State of Florida and beyond, HuntonBrady design achieves an optimal balance of form and function.


The client is an engaged partner in the process from the start. We begin each project by listening to our client’s needs and objectives. Our design charrettes promote collaboration, and each workshop includes all stakeholders, our design team, and consultants. In this exploratory phase, different scenarios are proposed and discussed. The lively exchange of ideas leads to solutions in real time. Everyone has a voice, and consensus leads to organic and creative solutions.


We conduct our work with a precision and logic. Our process leads to meaningful, practical, feasible projects imbued with life and purpose, where people can thrive as they learn, work, or heal. Our designs are shaped by creative ideas, influenced by local knowledge, sustainable features and technology, and create a meaningful user experience.


HuntonBrady Architects


Since 1947, HuntonBrady Architects has assembled a knowledgeable and dedicated group of architects and designers. From the outset, the principals are hands-on in their leadership of the overall team, while maintaining a strong consistency of personnel through all stages to the end of a project.


A principal in charge and project manager serve as the client points of contact from the start of a project until it is fully completed. We ensure active and regular communication from the beginning of conceptual design through the end of construction and beyond, while working within the project requirements and preferences of the client. Creativity permeates through all levels of the HuntonBrady staff. Our team possesses specialized and well-rounded expertise that covers every phase of the project: visioning, programming, planning, architecture, and interior design from small to large, simple and complex buildings.


HuntonBrady Architects views our multi-disciplinary consultants as an extension of our project team. We have cultivated long-standing relationships with them, and this contributes to a seamless workflow. The familiarity and trust that we have built with our consultant partners, such as engineers and contractors, on past projects is conducive to exceeding our clients’ expectations on design and execution.

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Every project is a great opportunity for excellent design.

At HuntonBrady Architects, we approach the design of each project holistically, with thoughtful consideration to every form, function, and detail. We think about durability, growth and expansion over time, occupant well-being, carbon footprint, and quality of life. We strive for architecture that is modern yet timeless. Client participation is vital to realizing the architectural vision. We place a high standard on creative collaboration, with smart ideas that endure through time.

Our interior designers are an extension of our architectural practice, and they bridge the gap between the necessity of function and enhanced experience by merging client preferences with local site and cultural research, and an aesthetic that promotes their identity and goals. Our full-service architecture and interior design solutions yield unified solutions inside and out. For more information about our interior design services, please click here. 


Creating the puzzle.

Visioning and programming are an important part of our practice. It is the time when we create the “Big Picture” vision and identify the “Pieces of the Puzzle," before the puzzle is solved. It is a critical phase of design where space allocations, project requirements and budgets are defined, setting the path to successful design solutions.

Buildings are not islands.

Master planning is a natural extension of our practice. HuntonBrady believes buildings are not isolated objects but always part of a larger whole. Our planners research regional influences and work closely with clients to study their projected needs, growth requirements, or realignment of programs.

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