H H Architects is a dynamic practice serving the diverse requirements of Albany and the surrounding hinterland. Positioned in Albany H H Architects is one of the largest architectural practices in regional WA with the capacity to undertake larger projects and provide a depth of quality service to government, commercial and private clients. The practice has undergone rejuvenation in recent years with a move to a new centrally located, efficient and environmentally focussed office and the appointment of Directors, Tom Stevens & Ros Holmes. H H employ 15 staff, who provide a wide range of services and delivery options to clients in Albany, Perth and the Great Southern.
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Breaksea Island Heritage Works
Albany – King George Sound, 2011
H+H Architects have had over 10 years involvement at Breaksea Island. H+H Architects led an experienced team with expertise in cultural heritage, history, maritime history and maritime and land based archaeology to prepare a Conservation Plan in 2008. Following the completion and adoption of the Conservation Plan, H+H Architects are now working with the Department of Environment & Conservation to implement conservation and restoration works to the existing buildings to facilitate renewed and sustained use of the buildings as eco-tourism facilities.
Mount Barker Community College
Mount Barker, 2010
The Mount Barker College project created a consolidated and seamless K to 12 School facility on the existing Mt. Barker Senior High School site. The concept of the single ‘One Community, One College’ facility was to utilise the existing High School site to accommodate the relocated Mt Barker Primary School and the Mt Barker Senior High School, with eventually the Mt Barker TAFE facilities and various Community Facilities being added to the site.
Mount Melville Residence
Most of the neighbours expected that this 1889 cottage would be demolished when the block was subdivided in 2006. H+H Architects have created a sustainable renovation that recycled more than 80% of the original building and created a light filled modern residence that reorientates the house to take advantage of the northern aspect with passive solar design principles. Other sustainable initiatives in the project include careful selection of materials for durability and environmental credentials, rainwater harvesting, grey water re use, energy efficient glazing, high levels of insulation to the additions and original building and gardens designed around permaculture principles.