Kendall Roberts, Apr 29, 2021

Business Development and the Democratization of Architecture Studios

Hanbury's CEO, David Keith, has always invested in young talent, given them a voice and a seat at the table when their ideas rise to the occasion. When Iben Falconer presented as one of this year's Virginia Design Medalists, she reiterated Hanbury's belief that even the most junior designers can take steps in securing...

Elizabeth Morgan, Ashley Montgomery, Katrina Uher, Apr 13, 2021

Resilience in Practice | resilient campus planning

Why are these Conversations Important?

We shared our thoughts on the meaning of resilience within Hanbury’s firm culture, practice, and community in January’s Resilience in Practice article. The subsequent discussion within Hanbury’s planning studio set the stage for what we hope will be an ongoing dialogue about lesso...

David Keith, Mar 25, 2021

Thriving and Rising, Hanbury Announces Promotions

We are delighted to announce Hanbury's latest promotions. Each is in recognition of individuals who exceed the expectations of their roles and embrace our core values—collaboration, curiosity, nourishment, integrity, and fiscal responsibility—in their daily work and interactions with clients, consultants, and colleague...

General, Resilience
Matthew J. Lee, Mar 12, 2021

Limitations of Labels and other Lessons from Kia Weatherspoon

Kia Weatherspoon has built her career on defying design stereotypes, most importantly, the notion that good Interior Design is a luxury not accessible to all people. Under her leadership, Kia and her team have changed the perception of what is possible in economically challenged communities, but her approach and messag...

Ashley Montgomery, Elizabeth Morgan, Katrina Uher, Jan 15, 2021

Resilience in Practice

Framing the Concept

This turbulent year has tested our resilience. We have been forced to confront challenges and be adaptable in order to live, work, and engage physically, emotionally, and intellectually wherever we are in new and innovative ways. Our individual experiences of this pandemic are woven into larger syst...

General, Resilience
Kendall Roberts, Mar 05, 2021

Building the Carbon Positive City with Alan Organschi

According to experts, our planet will hit an unsustainable threshold of carbon concentration in the atmosphere by the year 2030. As architects, we have the power to affect change in the 40 percent of the greenhouse gas emissions that the built environment contributes. The urgency for doing things differently has never...

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