We design practical, affordable spaces and buildings for regional communities that respond sensitively to the environment and connect with people.


H+H Architects is the largest regional architectural practice in WA with a range of skilled professional staff including;

  • architects

  • draftspeople

  • contract administrators

  • heritage consultants

  • project managers

  • registered builders

  • landscape designers

  • interior designers

With the main office located in Albany, and our second office in Kalgoorlie, H+H Architects was established in 2006 through the merger of David Heaver & Associates with Ian Howard & Associates. 

H+H have numerous regional projects far and wide stretching as north as Toodyay, as east as Eucla, as south as Breaksea Island, and as west as Pemberton. 


H+H Architects offer a diversity of skills and knowledge in the fields of;

• Education
• Health
• Community & Social Housing
• Commercial
• Sporting
• Tourist
• Heritage & Conservation & Interpretation
• Residential
• Landscape Design
• Interior Design
• Masterplanning
• Project Management
• Construction Management

With clients based across the region, we can offer economy of scale to regional projects running concurrently, including full contract administration services to ensure an efficient and professional outcome.


The Directors of H+H Architects are well respected within the property development and construction industry. Their advice and participation is frequently sought after by local and State Government and private industry.

H+H are board members of the Albany Community Foundation, with a shared interest in providing assistance to disadvantaged individuals in our community. Tom is a board member of the Great Southern Community Housing Association. Julie is involved with the design committee for the Albany Community Hospice. Sarah is a member of Creative Albany, a volunteer with St John's and a member of various local sporting clubs. 

H+H Architects are proud sponsors of the Bendigo Bank Film Festival and the Perth International Arts Festival along with a number of sponsorships with St Josephs College and The Great Southern Institute of Technology.