D. Keith Storms, Jan 12, 2023

Hello, Charm City! Hanbury Expands Into Baltimore 

We are pleased to announce that Hanbury is expanding its award-winning national firm into Baltimore, Maryland with the addition of Davin Hong, AIA, LEED AP, and Jessica Pagan Aello, AIA. This strategic growth positions Hanbury to bring its multidisciplinary experience in the higher education, science and technology, an...

Kendall Roberts, Nov 03, 2022

Hanbury Awarded Grand Prize in 2022 AIA Film Challenge

On the southern border of South Carolina lies a small, overlooked town of 1,800, a town that has been hopeful for change. Calhoun Falls is known as The City of Opportunity, but much of that opportunity has dried up, leaving behind population decline and stunted economic opportunity. LaSean Tutt, founder of the nonprofi...

Greg Rutledge, Oct 31, 2022

Haunted Historic Spaces and Places

With the ability to be both awe-inspiring and formidable, architecture has the power to conjure the memory, and possibly the spirits, of yesteryear. While many are familiar with our work designing future-forward Higher Education, Science + Technology, and Civic and Community environments and experiences, it's our award...

An Liu, Oct 18, 2022

Community Wish Comes True

“Community Wish” is an architectural installation assembled onsite at the 2022 Richmond Folk Festival addressing urban environmental needs in support of Venture Richmond’s Brown’s Island Improvement Plan, which was approved by the City of Richmond Planning Commission in 2019. Always looking to support the City and its...

Nick Cooper, Oct 10, 2022

HCDL Shines Bright at 2022 AIA RVA Honors & Awards

Within less than a year of opening, our Richmond office has already made quite a name for itself! Designated as the Hanbury Community Design Laboratory (HCDL), our Richmond team aims to make a meaningful connection with the local community and to facilitate creative work, innovative ideas, and impactful events that hel...

Keith Storms, Rob Reis and Matthew Lee, Oct 03, 2022

Fueling Student Athletes Through Dining Facility Design, Part 2

In the second of this two-part series on innovation in the design of student athlete performance centers, Keith Storms, Rob Reis, and Matthew Lee delve deeper into some of the biggest lessons in creating supportive environments for student athletes, coaches, and staff. This includes specific considerations for creating...

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