Henry Sanoff is a well-known architectural designer and retired professor. He is a highly esteemed educator winning many awards. Sanoff has a Master’s Degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute and taught at the College of Design at North Carolina State University. Sanoff is widely published and has global recognition for his books and research papers. His early work focused on early childhood education, which his wife, Joan, specializes in. The couple co-authored Learning Environments for Children.
Henry Sanoff’s research includes architectural design in social housing, schools, learning centers, and communities. Another notable project is his training seminars for Head Start groups in North Carolina and Washington D.C. Other contributions include studies for government agencies, including the U.S. Office of Education, the Department of Energy, and Housing and Urban Development.
A prominent architect and educator, Henry Sanoff is also a keynote speaker, delivering speeches worldwide. He also holds many international fellowships, awards, and recognitions, including the International Who’s Who.