Harry Gandy Howle & Associates has been featured in numerous national and regional publications as well as architectural books over the years. Here are just a few highlights featuring Harry’s talent.
Fits To A Tee
Harry Howle positioned this French Provencal home so the Gallaghers, both avid golfers, can enjoy a wide-angle view of the John's Island 16th fairway. In order to ensure the French overtones the homeowners wanted would be reflected in the overall design, the couple met with multiple architects. “Harry really captured our vision,” Janet Gallagher said. Read how Harry Gandy Howle & Associates wrote a new chapter for this family's history.
A Total Makeover
This gorgeous North Palm Beach renovation featured in the December 2018 issue of Vero Beach Magazine was designed by Harry Gandy Howle. Located in the private community of Lost Tree Village, the original 1970’s home was in a perfect location but needed extensive updates. From the perspective of owner Ann Wells, CEO of Commonwealth Bank and Trust, read how this transformation gave a non-distinctive design so much architectural appeal.
In With The New
Architect Harry Howle designed the 5,600 square-foot John’s Island residence featured in the September 2017 issue of Vero Beach Magazine. With gorgeous fairway views, Howle is responsible for the smart design that allows the views to take center stage from most every room, including a summer porch that looks out to the pool and golf course. Read the interview with Howle and the homeowners here.
Signature work by leading architects and interior designers
Noted for his allied disciplines of architecture, landscape architecture and interior design, Harry’s work and skill are applauded in this beautiful feature article. “Harry and his firm competently understand, plan and provide for every aspect of design.”
Exclusive Showcase of Florida’s Finest Architects, Designers and Builders
This Panache publication features numerous original designs by Harry Howle, including in the communities of Windsor and John’s Island. From classicism to the casual Caribbean vernacular, this article showcases some of Harry’s finest projects.