Male, born 1936-05-07

Associated with the firm network

Hartman Cox Architects

Professional History


Architect, Princeton University, archaeological excavation, Italy, 1960.

Project Manager, Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon, Architects, Washington, DC, 1960-1964.

Principal, George E. Hartman, Jr., Architects, Washington, DC, 1964-1965.

Partner, Hartman - [Warren J.] Cox Architects, Washington, DC, 1965-before 2007. Hartman-Cox Architects had an address of 1071 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20007, in 1980.


Design Critic, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, 1964-1969.

Kea Distinguished Professor of Architecture, University of Maryland, College, Park, MD, 1973-1974.

Visiting Professor, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, 1977.

Professional Activities

Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 1965- .

Member, American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Director, AIA, Washington, DC, Metropolitan Chapter, 1969-1971.

Treasurer, AIA, Washington, DC, Metropolitan Chapter, 1972.

Secretary, AIA, Washington, DC, Metropolitan Chapter, 1973.

Chairman, AIA National Capital Committee, 1974-1976.

President, AIA, Washington, DC, Metropolitan Chapter, 1975.

Member, AIA, National Committee on Design, c. 1972-1980.

Chairman, AIA, National Committee on Design, 1977.

Member, US Commission of Fine Arts, Washington, DC.

Member, U.S. Department of State, Architectural Advisory Board of the Foreign Buildings Office, Washington, DC.

Professional Awards

Recipient, AIA, Potomac Valley Chapter Awards, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1974 and 1976.

Recipient, AIA National Honor Awards, 1970 and 1971.

Recipient, AIA, Illinois State Chapter, Louis Sullivan Award, 1972.

Fellow, American Institute of Architects (FAIA), 1975.

Recipient, AIA, Homes for Better Living Award, 1976.

Fellow, American Academy in Rome, Rome, Italy, 1977.

Recipient, AIA/Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Honor Award, 1977.

Hartman Cox was awarded the American Institute of Architect's Firm Award in 1988.

Hartman Cox was also the recipient of the Louis Sullivan Award for Architecture and the The Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America Arthur Ross Award for Architecture.


George Hartman had drawings of his deposited at the Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York, NY.



B.Arch., Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1957.

M.F.A. in Architecture, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 1960.



Hartman was born at Fort Hancock, NJ, in 1936.


He wed Anne Burdick in 1965.


He and Anne had two children, Sarah Hartman and Joshua Hartman.

PCAD id: 4260