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Garden Work Day and Autumn Home Tours

October 6th, 2015|0 Comments


Garden Work Day:

Saturday, October 17th 9am – 3pm

Join us as we ready the gardens and grounds for winter. Our garden team will be on hand […]

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Why One Green Architect Decides to Go Solar

September 4th, 2015|0 Comments

Why did architect Drew Hubbell, a 20 year veteran in green building, decide to install solar panels on his home now? “Since my family is […]

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LEEDing the Way

August 27th, 2015|0 Comments

Hello everyone! Hubbell and Hubbell Architects, Inc. is proud to announce that two of our projects are being featured in a new book, LEEDing the Way.

The […]

We must lead the way in reducing our impact on the Earth.

 Please contact us to discover the variety of ways we can help you get started.

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What Others Are Saying

“WE LOVE THE HOUSE… and the way the curves of the roof are lined up with our entry walkway is incredible. You Drew, did a fantastic job designing this house. Thank you very much… We LOVE this house and pinch ourselves each day to make sure it’s really ours.”
Steve and Nona Barker, Clients
“I really appreciate that you and your staff were at the forefront of pushing green building and sustainability long before most people knew the terms existed. I remember back in the mid nineties when it was really only your team and a few others that were making things happen in San Diego. Thanks to your efforts, and those like you, there is a much clearer path towards a more sustainable future.”
David Hetherington, Assistant Project Manager for local affordable housing non-profit
“It was a great pleasure for me personally to work with Drew and James Hubbell on this project. I and my colleagues especially appreciated their calm, professional, responsive approach as well as their commitment, creativity, collaborative spirit and respect for our project budget and timeline. The Port is very proud of the Pacific Portal project. Hubbell’s distinctive artistic structure has become a real landmark and focal point—both from land and water—on the shore of San Diego Bay….It was a pleasure working with them in every respect, and I would certainly recommend them for future commissions.”
Allan Tait, Port of San Diego, Public Art Department Project Manager
“As an occasional participant in the San Diego Friends Meeting at the Church of the Brethren, I want to thank you for the inventive and graceful building that you designed.”
Kay Stewart, Landscape Architect
“In 2005 I had the opportunity to work closely with Hubbell & Hubbell Architects and Schmidt Design Group on Briercrest Park, a very successful project located in the City of La Mesa….Hubbell & Hubbell was very good to work with on this project. They were responsive to the City’s direction and added significant value to the project with their creativity and attention to project objectives. Community approval of the final project has been overwhelmingly positive upon completion and use of the park.”
Dave Witt, City of La Mesa, Assistant City Manager / Community Development Director
“We really enjoy our new [straw bale] home. It has lived up to our dreams so far. It stays cool in the summer, staying in the low to mid seventies most of the time, got into the high seventies a couple days when the outside temp was in the high nineties for a week. The winter temps are great. It has yet to drop under seventy except in the mud room, which we keep closed off from the rest of the house. We do use the wood burning stove; however, one full burn a day keeps it warm enough for t-shirts for 24 hours. It’s a great home, and a big hit for all those that have seen it. The home feels like a favorite sweater; warm, comfortable, and easy to move around in.”
Gary Waayers, Client
“Blending the practicality of architecture with the beauty of art and nature into ‘soul-stirring’ cost and energy-efficient structures might seem noble yet unattainable, until one reviews the catalog of Hubbell projects: residences, schools, chapels, sculptures and mosaics.”
Tia Blassingame, NY Arts Magazine (Jan/Feb 2004)