Co-curricular
Buddy Hall, May 22, 2019

What Matters Most to Students

As summer approaches, universities are prioritizing the small and large renovation projects across campus. Residence halls, which can be great recruiting tools since students will often make decisions about where they attend based on the kind of place they are going to live, are often near the top of the list. 

Most of...

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Daina Januska, Mar 19, 2019

Alec Yuzhbabenko Honored with a Virginia by Design Emerging Designer Award

Alec Yuzhbabenko, an associate design principal, was recently selected for the Virginia by Design Emerging Designer Award by the The Branch Museum of Design and Architecture. The Branch elevates awareness of the transformative power of architecture and design. This award honors a designer, not yet licensed or professio...

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D. Keith Storms, Mar 12, 2019

Journal of Green Building: Developing a Resilience Tool for Higher Education Institutions: A Must-Have in Campus Master Planning

Resilience has become a prominent topic in the planning and design industry over the past several years. States, cities and entire regions face an ever-growing threat of environmental and societal challenges, including natural disasters, sea level rise, climate change, terrorism and financial insolvency.

For an in-dept...

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David Keith, Mar 08, 2019

Nicholas E. Vlattas, FAIA, Hanbury's Fifth Fellow

We are pleased to share the news that Hanbury’s Nicholas E. Vlattas has been elevated to fellowship in the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Nick is being recognized specifically for his pioneering influence in pursuing multiple business strategies while concurrently nurturing constructive practice culture. Nick'...

Co-curricular
Buddy Hall, Mar 06, 2019

When Interviewing Students, A Picture is Worth 1000 Words

Despite the diligent efforts of my high school Spanish teacher, I am still a single-language speaker. Luckily, over my 20 years working with students world-wide, I've discovered that effective communication is more than comprehension, it's about conveying ideas and concepts. For the purposes of planning and designing s...

General Blog
Darryl Henderson, Jan 29, 2019

Workplace Design – What We've Learned from the Educational World

Generation Z learns and connects in unique ways. As they move from higher ed to the workplace, companies that depend on the productivity of a youthful workforce should take note.

I came to Hanbury in 2017, after designing and managing workplace interiors projects for more than a decade. So naturally, I've observed the...

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