General
Ashley Montgomery, Feb 26, 2021

What Not to Miss in Pascale Sablan’s Advocacy

Pascale Sablan is a woman on a mission, and her mission is to advocate for diversity in architecture. Her work, in creating more than ten "Say it Loud" exhibitions worldwide (as well as the accompanying website and app), a rigorous speaking schedule delivering her "I was Asked to Stand" speeches, and generally advocati...

News
Jane Cady Rathbone, Feb 19, 2021

David A. Keith, FAIA, LEED AP, Hanbury's Seventh Fellow

We are proud to share that David Keith, Hanbury’s CEO, has been elevated to the College of Fellows in the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Fellowship is one of the highest honors to be conferred on an American architect. Those elevated have made significant and lasting contributions to architecture and society....

Resilience
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...

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Jameson O’Donnell, 2020 Summer Scholar, Dec 08, 2020

Summer Scholar Program Takes on Military Circle – Virtually

In Spring of 2020, most architecture students, like myself, grew increasingly concerned about the prospects of our fast approaching future careers. At a time when looking for work is stressful in itself, the pandemic introduced an even more confusing degree of job insecurity. But through the simple process of one appl...

Co-curricular, Planning
Buddy Hall, Nov 23, 2020

Getting Students into Community

Colleges and universities spend millions of dollars building residence halls hoping to create a home away from home for students. They address the front door experience, indoor-outdoor connections, provide abundant study space, partner with academic programs to activate classrooms and maker spaces and focus on cultural...

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Robert V. Reis, Oct 22, 2020

Virginia Design Medalists Cover Everything from Business Development to Design Equity

The workplace changes necessitated by COVID-19 restrictions created an opportunity to reimagine our long-standing Virginia Design Medalist Program. Unlike our traditional format, with one or two medalists spending their term in our offices observing, teaching and mentoring; the 2020 virtual format allowed each of the o...

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