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Project Turnaround

Project Turnaround is looking for team members to help create an Ecovillage.

Imagine a neighborhood without social walls to block those with challenges while providing gardens and art for everyone.

Project Turnaround has been building a team of passionate and talented people to build a sustainable and loving environment that integrates people with developmental challenges (PDC) with society. Imagine an ecovillage central to […]

By |September 12th, 2012|Categories: Press Releases|0 Comments

Old Town Academy permits issued, opening Sept 6

Building permits for the Old Town Academy charter school were issued today, and construction is on schedule for the school to open on September 6.

Old Town Academy K-8 School is a free California public charter school that will have one classroom in each grade, with 28 students per grade.

Hubbell & Hubbell Architects and JMR Construction […]

By |August 8th, 2011|Categories: Press Releases|0 Comments

“American Organic Architecture” Exhibition touring Russian Universities

Hubbell & Hubbell Architects Selected for Inclusion in the Exhibition touring Russian Universities
Moscow, Russian Federation

San Diego architects Hubbell & Hubbell were selected for inclusion in the exhibition The Heritage of Frank Lloyd Wright: American Organic Architecture presented at the Moscow Institute of Architecture in Moscow, Russia, December through February. Hubbell &

Hubbell Architects is noted for […]

By |March 11th, 2011|Categories: Events, Press Releases|0 Comments

Drew Hubbell Elected to Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) Board

The County Administration Center, photo taken from the website

Last month (July) Drew Hubbell was elected to the Citizens Coordinate for Century 3 (C-3) board, a “nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of informed citizens who are interested in planning issues, preservation, and the revitalization of downtown San Diego,” ( This election is an exciting addition to Drew’s resume, as he was nominated due to his outstanding reputation in the San Diego community and his own personal alignment with the C-3 board’s mission.


By |August 17th, 2010|Categories: Press Releases|0 Comments

The African Adventure: designing for gorillas in Uganda

Designing for Gorillas
Have you ever considered what it would be like to design for gorillas in their native habitat? Recently this opportunity became a reality for me.

Previous work with the San Diego Animal Park and Hubbell and Hubbel Architects’ extensive experience designing with alternative green building materials lead to an email from Bill Toone, director of the non-profit EcoLife Foundation, a foundation whose mission is to preserve natural habitats throughout the world ( He asked if Hubbell and Hubbell would be interested in meeting with the directors of Conservation through Public Health (CTPH), an NGO based in Uganda, Africa. They were looking for an Architect with our skills and experiences to help design a Gorilla Research Station in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park ( I did not have to think long before I answered “Yes.”


By |August 13th, 2010|Categories: Portfolio, Press Releases|0 Comments