The HUDSON DESIGN mission is to create enduring architecture which grows more beautiful with time, harbors delightful memories, and shelters the spirit.
The firm was established in 1986 by Architect James (Jamie) M. Copeland on Fifth Avenue in New York City, offering project planning, interior design and architectural services. In 1993, the firm moved the offices to Garrison, in the Hudson Valley, and expanded its offerings to include construction management, to give owners greater control over project costs, quality and scheduling.
Looking back over 30 years, Jamie sums up the firm’s ethos, “If you find your passions, and find ways to serve others with those passions, it is not work. It is joy. In our studio at Hudson Design, we have assembled a like-minded team of individuals willing to collaborate and to focus our training and creative talents on the Architectural dilemmas and aspirations of others.”