Our Work

Archinia is a celebrated consulting agency with twenty years of experience in preservation and architecture, as well as public relations, content creation, and community engagement around architecture, design, and historic preservation.

In our preservation work, we help you get your projects ready for historic review by conducting Historic Cultural Properties Inventories, preparing National Register documentation, as well as producing measured drawings and other forms required for status review. We regularly work with local architects to help get your project ready for renovations and additions.

When you hire us for marketing services, we uncover the awesome stories in your projects and then we translate them into impactful + shareable content that helps you engage with fans, your community, and we work with other designers to help connect with potential clients. We also help build capacity and community engagement so that your early-stage projects can raise the funds needed to get built.

Town of Taos
Barbara Felix Architecture + Design
Henry Architects
The National Park ServiceSmithGroup JJR
Forest Service
The Old Spanish Trail Association
American Red Cross Cheyenne chapter
Great Face and Body Day Spa
Taos Mountain Music Festival
Cheyenne Botanic Gardens
Kit Carson Electric
Zia Gas
Sky City Cultural Center
The Leaders of Design Council

and many others

How We Work

Archinia is a collaborative. We team with architects, landscape architects, archaeologists, historians, and technical experts in the fields required for the total success of each project. We build relationships with our clients based on integrity and openness and we encourage both clients and consultants to ask for what they need. And we start from a high standard that works WITH Nature. We utilize the SEED principles in our work, and run a green office in an effort to promote social justice through good design.

Community + Giving Back

In 2014, we diversified our practice to a hybrid profit/non-profit model so that we could share what we learned with our community, especially encouraging young people to become interested in architecture, design, and preservation. Our non-profit education portal - a partnership with educational institutions, non-profits, professional organizations, leaders in design and building, and our communities - is called Architecture for EveryBody. We are fiscally sponsored by SINC / Rio Grande Community Development Corp in Albuquerque.

We walk our talk by supporting the projects of our non-profit architectural education arm Architecture for EveryBody.


We are always interested in hearing from researchers, interns, and draftspeople wanting to work in historic preservation, architectural documentation, and community engagement around architecture + design. Email us your resume, a sample of your work, rate sheet, and availability.

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