Henry Bertram Bucher (February 9, 1864 – October 29, 1944) was a Norwegian architect.
After studying under Ludvig Haslund and August Tidemand, Bucher studied at the Norwegian National Academy of Craft and Art Industry in Christiania and then at the Technical University of Berlin.
He established a practice in Christiania in 1887 and designed a number of residential buildings there, especially on the west side, as well as detached homes in what was still the separate municipality of Aker at the time. He also did work in Stavanger, Bergen, Fredrikstad, and Voss, and created a number of churches. He designed the West Norway Museum of Decorative Art in the Renaissance Revival style. His buildings often have a monumental character and draw inspiration from various styles (historicism). Like many architects, he also designed his own home, which he named Primavera.