News
Robert V. Reis, Sep 16, 2019

What if architecture could change the world?

Great question. Especially when posed to participants of Hanbury's 15th annual Jane Cady Rathbone Design Retreat, this year taking us to Denmark (with a side bar to Sweden) and leaving a lasting impression that architecture just may have a significant role to play in addressing the universal environmental, social, and...

General Blog
Robert V. Reis, Aug 23, 2019

Breaking Down Barriers: Hanbury Gets To Know A Robot

A few weeks ago, this year’s Virginia Design Medalist, Jonathan Grinham, hosted a session for the Hanbury Summer Scholars on robotics. Together with his frequent collaborators, Nathan King and Martin Angst, the trio shared their insights and talents with Hanbury. Nathan, the co-director for the Center for Design Resear...

News
Hanbury, Jul 08, 2019

Leadership Team Transitions

Hanbury is pleased to announce our new firm leadership. Our firm has been planning the sustainable transition from the leadership of our founders to the next generation for years. This new leadership team is the latest step in Hanbury's evolution as the firm prepares for the next generation of growth and design excelle...

News
Robert V. Reis, Jun 14, 2019

2019 Virginia Design Medalist – Jonathan Grinham, D Des

Hanbury welcomes  to the firm as the 2019 S Michael Evans Virginia Design Medalist. Hanbury's Virginia Design Medalist program invites a professor of architecture, planning or design-related curriculum to spend several weeks with the firm participating in design discussions, critiquing work and delivering both formal a...

News
Adam Schultz, Jun 05, 2019

Welcome to our 2019 Summer Scholars

We are excited to welcome our seventeenth class of summer scholars. This year more than 80 student designers from 7 different countries and 20 different universities applied for this summer experience. Through a juried selection process, Hanbury selected the following talent:  

Aayush Das Anat is a rising fifth year st...

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. 

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