Phoebe Holscher, AIA

Design Principal

When not in the realm of architecture, Phoebe spends her free time hiking in near and far locations, mucking with clay (she is an amateur potter) and swimming in all bodies of open water. She is convinced these activities keep the cobwebs away!

Phoebe joined her husband, David, in 1991, after receiving her Master in Architecture from UC Berkeley. Her emphasis in her design work is always to create a strong connection between the interior and exterior via light, space and material. She is dedicated to helping her clients realize their dreams for their homes, creating spaces that form the foundation for their lives.


University of California, Berkeley Master of Architecture, 1991 Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, 1987, Architecture History Minor


University of California, Berkeley Graduate Student Instructor, 1991

Years with HARCH

1991 to Present

Honors and Awards

— Peerless Prize in Architecture, 1991

— CA Council of American Institute of Architects University of California Representative, 1991

— “Women in Architecture” Gallery Show, 1991

— Skidmore Owings & Merrill Summer Intern Program, 1990