Human resource management, like every scientific issue other, faces some new approaches that gain from contingents of business environment. There has been a perspective since founding up the human resource management major that has been believed to design job in organization then adapting people into that job. But, current conditions of organizations and increasing important of human resource as a knowledge capital is changing this perspective. The new perspective believes each firm needs to a certain human capital whom has strategic value-creating and high uniqueness, and in this state, human resource management of firm should adapts to the human capital. Mechanism of transit organization from traditional job-based perspective to new knowledge-based perspective called human resource architecture (HRA). In this paper, it is review on theoretical bases of HRA, and offers a model for designing HRA in organizations. The model has six dimensions including drivers, base elements, human resource system, human resource practices, people behavior, and HRA products.