Nancy Redenius' work is inspired by evidence-based architecture and by an abiding interest in student life, which dates back to her time as a resident advisor at Virginia Tech. Residence halls are among her favorite project types for their important role in the college experience. Originally from Puerto Vallarta, Nancy is English-Spanish bilingual and a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico. She also speaks conversational French. She also has been a guest writer for Construyendo Zacatecas, with articles on Mediterranean communal architecture and Thai ornamentation. 
  • Emerging Leader in Architecture, Virginia Society AIA
  • Bachelor of Architecture, Virginia Tech
  • Steger Center Residency
"The built environment can have a profound effect on the people who interact with it, from improving performance in the classroom to helping students feel like part of a community."