DOUGLAS HENRY, AIA
Doug Henry has been practicing architecture since 1991 after earning his Bachelor of Architecture degree at Temple University. Following an internship at the office of George Yu Architects in Philadelphia, he received his architectural license in 1996. The following year he returned to Central Pennsylvania to continue architectural practice in a small firm while acquiring land to design and build his home and studio.
Expanding his experience, Doug spent nine years in design and project management at L. Robert Kimball and Associates focusing on municipal, K-12 educational and public safety design. For the past eight years, he has designed projects and managed regional operations at JPT Architects in State College, focusing exclusively on healthcare design.
Along with professional practice, Doug has served on the faculty at Penn State University’s Department of Architecture. He taught Architectural Design Studios, Methods of Construction and served as guest studio critic from 2006 to 2008.
With the start of Henry Architecture and Design, Doug integrates his twenty-five years of professional practice with renewed clarity and a committment to design excellence for clients and their communities.
The father of two young children, Doug and his wife Elizabeth seek opportunities for outdoor adventure together. In his spare time, he explores the craft traditions of architecture hands-on through design, construction and fabrication at his studio in Boalsburg. In his community, Doug works passionately with Friends and Farmers Food Cooperative as they work to develop a sustainable economy based on local agriculture.
Doug can be reached at 814.880.9422 or firstname.lastname@example.org