Jan R. Hochhauser has been practicing architecture in Santa Barbara since 1977 and founded Hochhauser Blatter Architecture and Planning in 1990. Mr. Hochhauser has been a Principal Architect and Lead Designer on a variety of municipal, institutional and residential projects in his more then 30 years of practice.
Mr. Hochhauser’s work has received acclaim for its design innovation and contextual responsiveness to the site and community. The careful attention to detail is evident in his complete body of work.
Mr. Hochhauser is a LEED accredited professional, and a member of the Urban Land Institute, and many of his completed works have been published in periodicals and architectural books.
As a founding principal of Hochhauser Blatter, Mr. Blatter’s focus has been the integrative approach toward planning and architecture.
Mr. Blatter has over 16 years of extensive experience in the planning, design and construction of senior housing and health care projects, mixed-use, master-planned communities, commercial and residential projects. He is especially skilled at developing feasibility studies for his clients before progressing on to more detailed entitlement and design work.
His broad experience and commitment to sustainable standards result in projects that are aesthetically and environmentally responsive, and operationally sound.
Mr. Blatter is a member of the Aging Services of California, and has been a presenter at the Californian and National chapters of the Association of Homes and Services for the Aging. He has been a member of the Urban land Institute for 20 years.
Mr. Blatter’s clients include both non-profit organizations and for-profit developers and property owners.