Stanford University: Making Connections to the Past and to the Future
David Lenox has been the Stanford University Architect since 2005 and has been focused on establishing a framework for continued physical growth of the campus to support the mission and vision of the University. He has led the development of a campus master plan which outlines strategies that will restore the original Olmsted campus plan, and has also worked closely with the individual schools and departments to create a system of district plans for the Graduate Business School, Law School, Biological Sciences, School of Medicine, and the Arts.
David received his Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University and his Master in Architecture from the Ohio State University. Prior to coming to Stanford, his work focused on architectural design in the corporate and transportation markets and he had most recently led a design project in the heart of Moscow.