Doug Campbell is a highly accomplished Architect, Principal, and Higher Education Market Leader with a passion for designing educational spaces that foster exploration and innovation, sustainable building practices, and transformative student experiences. With almost two decades of design leadership, his portfolio includes a wide range of higher education projects including large-scale campus master planning, student life, and academic projects.
With a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Bachelor in Architecture and English Literature from the University of Virginia, Doug brings a unique perspective that is deeply rooted in design, storytelling, and strategy. As a volunteer and thought leader, he has contributed his expertise to numerous conferences, publications, teaching initiatives, and community projects.
Doug's design philosophy is guided by a belief in multi-disciplinary collaboration to shape exceptional educational spaces that inspire young minds and foster a deep sense of community. He creates dynamic living and learning environments that encourage exploration as well as enhance our understanding of place. Drawing from his experience as a former Resident Assistant, Doug values the opportunity to be on campus and engage in teaching, mentoring, and mutual learning. He has been an active contributor to Hanbury's Legacy Programs and learning culture.
- Masters of Architecture, emphasis in Sustainable Design, University of Texas at Austin
- Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Virginia
- Bachelor of Arts, University of Virginia