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HE, based in New York City, is an architecture and art practice founded by Juliet Hernandez-Eli in 2017.

HE is dedicated to architecture and the built environment as transformative works of art and catalysts for cultural and socioeconomic progress.

HE practices this ethos across a diverse portfolio spanning research and experimental works, cultural, institutional, commercial and residential projects.

HE works with progressive clients to realize relevant futures for their constituents. These projects and institutions include public realm and infrastructure improvements for the Museum of Modern Art, New York; spaces for learning for the New York Institute of Technology for both their Manhattan and Long Island campuses; affordable housing for non-profit operators, such as IndiaHome, dedicated to creating new ways of living for an aging and marginalized community.

HE works at both ends of a spectrum to create meaningful architecture; at the scale of space and at the scale of details. The commitment to craft, artisanship, and carbon footprint reduction grounds each project, whether it be a new restaurant/social club for Casa Cruz, New York, or a modern prefab house in upstate New York.

HE is registered as both a minority and woman-owned business enterprise.

Founder and Principal, Juliet Hernandez-Eli, received her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Princeton University and a Master in Architecture from Harvard University. She has taught at Harvard University, Pratt Institute, and Boston Architectural College; she served as a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at UC Berkeley. Her work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Boston Architecture Magazine as well as books by Princeton Architecture Press and Actar Publishing. Juliet is a registered architect in the states of New York and Connecticut.

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