Founded by architectural historian, preservation planner and writer, Bridget Maley, architecture + history
(a + h), is a San Francisco-based, women-owned, small business. Bridget brings over 20 years of expertise in architectural, planning, and historic preservation projects to her clients. Bridget has managed and participated in award-winning historic preservation projects throughout the West, including the rehabilitation of the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, development of the Historic Downtown Los Angeles Design Guidelines, completion of numerous projects in the Presidio of San Francisco, and recent work for California State Parks at Asilomar Conference Grounds. Bridget has presented at many professional conferences, published articles and she is an accomplished public speaker.
Bridget is particularly interested in projects with a community involvement element. She excels at explaining the intricacies of local, state and federal programs, policies and laws involving historic buildings and districts. Bridget also enjoys bringing together stakeholders to find creative solutions for the adaptive reuse, retention and preservation of historic buildings and landscapes. Architects, designers and project teams benefit from Bridget’s organizational skills, engaging writing, and collaborative spirit.
a + h provides a range of services to government, non-profit, institutional and private clients, including design firms and building owners.