Harry Hunt Architects works closely with clients on residential, arts & education, commercial, and community design projects, creating buildings that are uniquely suited to the needs of their users, to the particular circumstances of Vermont, and to the global need for environmental stewardship.
A native Vermonter, Harry earned his Bachelor of Science degree in engineering
from the University of Vermont in 1986 and his Master‘s of Architecture
from the University of Colorado in 1994. He has lived, worked, and traveled
extensively throughout Western Europe and the American west. His practical
experience includes hands-on construction experience with George Schaeffer
Construction of Vail, Colorado. He also worked for two of Colorado’s
most-respected design firms: Barrett Studio Architects (AIA Colorado
Firm of the Year 1998) in Boulder and Harry Teague Architects (AIA Western
Region Firm of the Year 1994) in Aspen.
In 2005, he founded Harry Hunt Architects, a Stowe-based architecture
and planning firm dedicated to sustainable design rooted in Vermont’s
cultural heritage. He is a registered architect in both Vermont and Colorado
and is registered with the National Council of Architectural Registration
After receiving a B.S. in psychology from the University of Vermont, Stephanie
has a decade of experience working in marketing and communications for Vermont’s
ski and advertising industries. During this time she worked for several Burlington
companies, including Skis Dynastar, Shark Communications, and Jager DiPaolo
She then focused her career on a life-long interest in conservation issues,
working for The National Wildlife Federation in Montpelier; as a Marketing
Director at Leave No Trace, Inc. in Boulder, Colorado; and most recently
as a Development Associate at The Rocky Mountain Institute, a resource efficiency
think tank and consulting group in Snowmass, Colorado.