Henry Myerberg, FAIA, is the founder of HMA2, a New York based architectural firm launched in 1986. His practice focuses on creating innovative and energized places of learning that build community. Henry’s notable experiences include projects for the American University of Central Asia, Davidson College, Amherst College, University of Virginia, and Bryn Mawr College, and several public and school libraries in New York; Newark, NJ; Westport, CT; Baltimore, MD. His extensively published projects have won numerous awards, including the 2017 Louis I Kahn citation for AUCA by American School & University. Henry received a Masters in Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and has been an adjunct professor at Columbia University and lecturer at Harvard University.
- New learning spaces: Transforming the way we teach, learn and research
- Space design with student engagement in mind
- Campus designed with student engagement in mind
- AMICAL 2014 · May 14–17, 2014