Celebrating 50 years of practice! Congratulations, Bob!

It all started on April 1, 1966 when Bob opened the doors to J. Robert Hillier, Architect on Nassau Street in Princeton. He was featured in a series of public relations newspaper stories with his graduation photo announcing the office’s opening. Within the first week he had 7 jobs and the firm grew rapidly from there. The firm has been …

Studio Hillier is Hiring!

We are looking for individuals who have an eye for design and enjoy variety. Our staff is integral in all aspects of the design process, from inception through completion.

Studio Hillier at the Trenton City Museum

The Studio Hillier team attended the opening for “The Built Environment: Design for Life” this past weekend at the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie. The exhibit features buildings from the Trenton region, with attention to adaptive re-use, design for climate, and architecture at Princeton University. We spent the night as all architects do: de-coding diagrams, reading plans, and planning a …

#RiseAtIrving Instameet

On Saturday October 4th , 2014, the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas in Irving, TX invited instagrammers from the Dallas-Fort Worth area (@instaDFW) to capture stunning images of the building in an event they called #RiseAtIrving. As the sun rose over the hot, flat landscape of Northern Texas, the photographers, smartphones in tow, activated the building in unexpected ways …

Studio Hillier at Venice Biennale

Led by Storefront for Art and Architecture at the US Pavilion of the Venice Biennale, OFFICEUS is an exhibit tasked with chronicling the past 100 years of architectural practice through the lens of the American invention of “the office.” The work of Studio Hillier, as our former incarnation, Hillier Architecture, is featured in a chronological repository of 700 projects completed …