"John (and Hatheway Architects) guided us through every step of an indoor and out 3,500 sq ft gut renovation project of our second home. Not only did John help us select and purchase a two story mid-century modern, he supervised the construction rebuild contract, design, and budget process... John worked closely with us to help select the general contractor, vendors, appliances, lighting, floors, tiles, woods, counters, cabinets and finishes. The two years we spent on this project proved very rewarding and satisfying."
— Ken Hochman, Connecticut Home Owner
John H. Hatheway Jr., Architect is involved in all phases of architectural design for residential, commercial and institutional buildings.
Since its inception in 1987, the firm has specialized in residential landmark restorations and renovations while offering a full complement of services -- from new construction, additions, alterations, apartment and loft combinations, and building conversions, to new development of office space, retail stores and institutional facilities. In addition to the New York metropolitan area, projects have been completed in New Hampshire, Vermont, and Connecticut.
Each project is a collaborative effort by a group of designers and artisans working towards the successful completion of the clients’ goals. John is personally involved with all phases of each project and maintains a close working relationship with clients throughout. John and his associates join together to ensure that the full potential of each project is realized.
John is an architect registered in the states of New York and Vermont. He formed his firm in 1987. Previously, he worked in commercial/office design with Intradesign Group, Inc., and in multi-family housing and institutional architecture with Howie Freireich & Gardner Architects. He graduated from Syracuse University in 1980 with a B. Architecture and was licensed in 1983. During college, he worked as a carpenter and cabinet maker and was a partner in a construction company directly afterward. John still keeps his hand in construction projects around his house. He is also heavily involved in community and social service organizations and is currently the President of the AIA Brooklyn chapter.
Janeth Vega-Flores, originally from Sonora, Mexico, is a graduate from the University of Arizona School of Architecture. Prior to joining JHA, Janeth managed various modern high-end residential and small commercial projects that ranged from new construction to remodel projects. In Arizona, Janeth participated in several heritage conservation and restoration workshops on earthen architecture. She is excited to bring her interests in architectural traditions to projects in the historic NYC landscape.
Davian graduated from the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture and City College with a Masters of Architecture, where he won scholarships to study in Senegal and Italy. He’s a Brooklyn native who has worked in the construction industry since his high school. He brings experience from many sectors design to his current work, having worked for the School Construction Authority, TriState Plumbing (in sprinkler design), and Interior Management Corporation.
Nicole Gangidino, is originally from New Jersey and is a graduate of New York Institute of Technology School of Architecture and Design. Prior to joining JHA, Nicole managed the rebuilding of over 400 properties after Super Storm Sandy and worked on a range of residential projects. Nicole currently resides in Brooklyn, the 2017 recipient of the AIA Brooklyn Recognition award and serves as co-chair of the Emerging Professionals committee of the Brooklyn Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.