Abigail Hill Hatch
Abigail Hill Hatch
By age eight, Abigail was asking for Architectural Digest subscription to be her birthday present, the pages of which she would study every week. She grew up visualizing homes and remodeling the ones she lived in.
Today Abigail is designing homes with the goal to reflect the homeowners' personality and individual sense of home.
Her particular interest in interior architecture was developed from the experiences of living in various homes that had incredible detailing, from having a master carpenter and builder as a father, as well as living in many parts of New England and absorbing those architectural traditions. She also has a passion for traveling and seeing various cultures, styles, and perspectives which have become very useful in meeting various client's needs.
With the combined understanding and talent of interior design, interior architecture and architectural design, Abigail's homes become thorough, well planned, wonderfully functioning and of course tasteful.
Ane Hatch began her career drawing floor plans in the sand as a child…in more recent years after relocating to Utah from the Boston area, she worked at Design West in the Park City and Salt Lake Offices. Branching out on her own in 2002, she started Ane Hatch & Associates, with a goal in mind of creating a firm that would treat a client the way she would want to be treated, empowering them every step of the way.
As a residential architectural firm focused on designing very personal, tailored homes that reflected their owners, she established a reputation for unique and very thorough services. In 2004 her daughter Abby came on board as a partner in the firm and their work has spread all over the state from single family homes, to developments, from interiors to whole house remodels. In this latest move they are joining forces with an experienced and seasoned team to broaden their scope and leave their mark in the commercial world.
Coming from the cultural heritage of western Massachusetts, Ane founded the Midway Foundation for the Arts to foster to help promote the arts in Midway and the surrounding communities. She is also a Change Leader for the Utah Arts Council and has served on many boards in the Heber Valley in the interests of promoting the arts.
Designing homes that support the lives of the people who live in them.
Architecture Interior Design Remodel & Restoration Interior Architecture