Henry Myerberg, AIA is the founder of HMA2 architects, initiated in 1986. Henry has built a distinguished career focused on designing innovative and inspiring learning environments for libraries, schools, and colleges that melds with his experiences with stores, offices, hotels, airports and galleries.
His extensively published projects have won numerous awards including the 2001 national award from the American Institute of Architects and the American Library Association for the Rhys Carpenter Library, completed at Bryn Mawr College. He is a frequent speaker and panelist at national conferences on library and higher educational topics.
He has worked for several colleges such as Amherst College, University of VA, Hampshire College, Bryn Mawr College, Brown University and Wofford College. Since 1999 Mr. Myerberg has been the volunteer design director for the L!BRARY initiative, led by the Robin Hood Foundation to reinvent libraries for New York City’s 650 public elementary schools.
Henry received a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 1980 and has been an adjunct professor at Columbia University and lecturer at Harvard University (3/08).