Stanley Anderson graduated with honors and received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from the College of Architecture and Design at Kansas State University in 1985. An Associate Principal with Moore Ruble Yudell, Stanley specializes in Interior Architectural projects and has led the Interior Design Studio since joining the firm in 2004. Stanley has worked on a number of different project types, including commercial, residential, institutional, and academic. Recent and current projects include the United States Embassy in Berlin, Germany, the US Embassy in Santa Domingo, and the Camana Bay cinema, office and residential buildings in the Cayman Islands.
Stanley believes strongly in the relationship between architecture and interior design, and understands that although interior design can act separately from the architecture in which it is contained, it is most successful when it acknowledges its envelope and takes cues from its surrounding exterior environment. He also believes the basic purpose of all interior design solutions is to organize its parts and improve the functional, aesthetic and psychological experience of space.
Stanley has taught in the Interior Architecture Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and California College of Arts and Crafts.