Sarah Post-Holmberg

Sarah Post-Holmberg
Born along the sands of the Atlantic, Sarah went to Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. There she pursued degrees in Environmental Studies and Philosophy. She witnessed the fascinating intersection of these fields by traveling around the world to study the economic, social, and environmental ramifications of globalization. Thirsty for more adventure, she moved to Jackson, Wyoming and taught leadership and communication skills on month-long wilderness expeditions. After getting her fill of travel and powder skiing, Sarah was lured by the Pacific coast to immerse herself in the field of architecture. Working in Portland since 2008, Sarah revels in uncovering the ways in which building design can be the catalyst for both social and environmental change. When not at work, she loves to play outdoors and make things with her husband and two young sons.

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Hacker is Carbon Neutral

by Sarah Post-Holmberg

Hacker was founded on the idea that architecture should be in service to community. For over three decades the firm has designed enduring spaces that inspire people to contribute to positive cultural change. This guiding vision extends beyond humanity to encompass the natural world and the diversity of species it supports. Over the years, Hacker has developed an aesthetic for buildings that interact dynamically with their surroundings and make humble use of the earth’s resources. Through research, conference engagement, and continuing education, we continue to refine our design process, detailing, and material choices to reflect our priority of preserving the well-being of all life systems on our planet.

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