Resilience, S&T
George L. Kemper, Jul 30, 2020

Lab Protocols: Going Forward in Covid Times

The health and safety of lab workers is at the forefront of all lab design. The COVID-19 pandemic has added enhanced protocols to everything we do, including the way we will work and interact in the lab. The traditional lab worker will need to navigate a multitude of COVID-19 recommendations and safety measures from th...

Robert V. Reis, Jul 28, 2020

The Virginia Design Medalist Program in 2020 – Distance Style

Unlike any before it, the 2020 version of the Hanbury S. Michael Evans Virginia Design Medalist Program will carry on - virtually!

For the past 15 years a professor of architecture, planning or a design-related field has spent several weeks with Hanbury, participating in design discussions, critiquing work and deliveri...

Adam Schultz, Jul 06, 2020

Welcome to our 2020 Summer Scholars

This week, Hanbury welcomes our eighteenth class of Summer Scholars. Typically, we would have met the design students last weekend at Hague Towers to tour Downtown Norfolk and orient them to their new home for the summer. On their first day, the firm would host a welcome breakfast where they would be introduced to eve...

General, Resilience
Darryl Henderson, Jun 11, 2020

The New Workplace

Wellness and the Pursuit of Worker Safety can Co-exist

The office, as we know it, is ripe for upheaval. While companies are reevaluating the role of the office after a long period of remote working, it's important to be mindful of whether we might be risking wellness in the name of safety. In an eagerness to return to...

Hanbury, May 01, 2020

Hanbury's Science and Technology Practice Grows Roots

One of Hanbury's long-standing strategic goals has been to build a national practice in the Science and Technology market that reflects our firm's values. This goal began to be realized last year due to some key additions to the firm and continues to gain momentum even in these unprecedented sheltering-in-place days.


Co-curricular, Curricular, Planning
Jane Cady Rathbone, Apr 30, 2020

Autism: Designing for the Spectrum

As the mother of my now grown son, Stephen, who is on the spectrum, and as an architect with a passion for the relationship between space and behavior, I’ve accumulated many personal observations. Today there is a wealth of research on autism spectrum disorder (ASD) available to parents and educators; when Stephen was...

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