Bay Area Modern Architects for a sustainable future—

Hart Wright Architects is Eliza Hart and Stuart Wright, two longtime transplants who chose California as inspiration and home. We approach residential and urban projects with an eye to great design and an ear for collaboration. As architects, we use our vision, experience, and attention to detail to ensure a seamless project. As homeowners and spouses, we understand the elements that transform a building project into a forever home.

 

Feasibility Studies | Programming | Schematic Design | Design Development | Construction Contract Negotiation | Construction Documents | Construction Administration | 3D Computer Visualization | Visual Corridor Mapping | California Coastal Development Analysis | LEED© Certification | Member, AIA
Hart and Wright Architects in San Francisco

Eliza Hart Architect, Planner, Trail Runner, Taco Engineer

Eliza knows that listening is the most important skill in an architect’s toolkit. As your primary contact throughout the design and build process, she synthesizes conversations into creative solutions. Equal parts orchestrator and architect, she ensures that no question is left unanswered and no detail is left unfinished. Eliza’s experience spans beyond architecture to include sustainable design, urban design, geographic information systems, and computer modeling. Sustainability is a particular passion of hers, and one she actively pursues through continued education to integrate the latest materials and practices.

Stuart Wright Architect, Ultrarunner, Fix-It Phenomenon

Stuart is never happier than when he’s sketching the future of your home. As a practicing architect for nearly 20 years, he’s designed and built a wide variety of projects up and down the California coast. Bridging the gap between vision and construction always comes down to the details – anticipating how your home will exist and function in the real world. This is what Stuart does best. Stuart’s take on sustainability has its roots in good old Midwestern practicality: why use more resources than you need? He prides himself on the fact that Hart Wright projects make the most of every design and material opportunity.

previously

previously

Hart Wright Architects, 2006-present

Hart Wright Architects, 2006-present

Melander Architects, 2005-2006

Studio Bergtraun Architects, 2003-2012

Studio Bergtraun Architects, 2003-2005

Sagan Piechota Architecture, 2000-2003

Sagan Piechota Architecture, 2000-2003

Daniel Piechota Architect, 1997-2000

education

education

Master of Architecture and Master of Arts in Urban Planning, University of California, Los Angeles

Master of Architecture, University of California, Los Angeles
Technical University, Vienna, Austria

B.A. in Environmental Studies and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania

B.S. in Architecture, University of Michigan

certifications

certifications

California licensed architect

California licensed architect

Leed © AP

Green Point Rated ™ Advisor