Architects: BattersbyHowat Architects Project: New Westminster house Location: New Westminster, BC, Canada Area: 279 sqm Photography: Tom Arban Located on a hillside overlooking the river in New Westminster, BC, Canada, this 3000 square foot home has an L-shaped configuration. This New Westminster house was completed by Vancouver-based BattersbyHowat Architects. The street façade is enigmatic and […]
Established in 1996, Battersby Howat is a partnership between founders David Battersby and Heather Howat. Combining architecture, landscape architecture, and interior design, the practice offers a holistic approach to design. The office is conceived as a collaborative studio endeavour, and pursues an architectural expression that embodies a spirit of contemporary living that is modest and without pretense. Our involvement in varying scales of privately commissioned work has included multi-family residential, private residences, gardens, art galleries, showrooms, office interiors, and custom furniture. The firm is based in Vancouver, Canada.
Whistler Residence is a family home designed by BattersbyHowat Architects for a family of seven. Located in a Whistler neighborhood halfway up the mountainside, this house was designed for clients who appreciate the timber structure characteristic of a Whistler Chalet, but desired a unique family home for seven that would capture this ambience without its typical […]
This is a project of renovations to the renowned Eppich house, originally designed by architectural icon, Arthur Erickson, in 1979. Description by BattersbyHowat: Arthur Erickson’s 1972 Helmut and Hildegard Eppich house in West Vancouver rendered a West Coast post and beam aesthetic in concrete and is one of his most significant residential designs that is […]
Whistler House is the last project completed by Vancouver-based BattersbyHowat Architects. Description by Battersby Howat: Located on a hillside in New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, overlooking the river, this 3000 square foot home has an L-shaped configuration. The street façade is enigmatic and referential to mid-century modern design. The strict formality of this facade gives way […]