Brian Andrews

Brian AndrewsRoom 106B Alumni Hall

Courses Taught (during past two academic years)

ARC 301/302/401/402C Architecture Studio/Sr. Studio Capstone

Educational Credentials

M. Arch., Princeton University, School of Architecture, 1989
B. Arch., Tulane University, School of Architecture, 1985
The Architectural Association, London, England, 1983-1984
Tulane University, College of Arts and Sciences, 1979-1981

Teaching Experience

Associate Professor, Adjunct, University of Cincinnati, School of Architecture and Interior Design, 2015-Present
Senior Lecturer, Bowling Green State University, School of Architecture
Adjunct Professor, University of Arizona, College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, 2011-2014
Assistant Professor, American University of Sharjah, College of Architecture and Design, 2010-2011
Hyde Chair of Excellence, University of Nebraska, School of Architecture, 2009-2010
Visiting Professor, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, School of Architecture, 2008-2009
Assistant Professor, University of Southern California, School of Architecture: 2000-2008
Robert Mills Distinguished Professor, Clemson University, School of Architecture, 1999-2000
Associate Professor, Syracuse University, School of Architecture, 1989-1999
Assistant Professor, University of Virginia, School of Architecture, 1990-1998

Professional Experience

Atelier Andrews, San Marino, California/Tucson, Arizona, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2000-Present
Andrews/Le Blanc, Los Angeles/Atlanta, Principal, 1993-2001
Schwartz/Kinnard, Charlottesville, Virginia, Wall House, 1990-1991
Ralph Lerner Architect, Princeton, New Jersey, Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, 1989
Machado/Silvetti Architects, Boston, Massachusetts
Carnegie Mellon University Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1987
Municipal Cemetery, Polizi Generosa, Sicily, Italy 1987
Schwartz/Silver Architects, Boston, Massachusetts,1330 Beacon Street Brookline, Massachusetts 1986
Electric Harbor, Boston Massachusetts, 1986
Villa Fiekowsky, West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 1986
Koetter/Kim Architects, Boston, Massachusetts
Miller Park Urban Design, Chattanooga, Tennessee 1985


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Selected Publications, Creative Scholarship, Awards, Grants

Work In Progress, Issue No. 16, Rhode Island School of Design, 2015
Architecture/Principia, Pearson Press, 2013
Militaristic Detritus, The Hyde Chair of Excellence, University of Nebraska, 2012
House 99, Residential Architect, June 2010
LA Liner, Indian Architect and Builder, January, 2010
99K Competition, RDA/AIA Houston, 2008
99K House Competition, Cite 74: Sacred Space, April 2008
Diverse Projects Included, Architectural Drawing Course: Tools and Techniques for 2D and 3D Representation. Mo Zell, Quarto, 2008
Scupper Houses, or the Dogtrot House and the Shotgun House Reconsidered, Phenomena and Technology, The Green Braid,
Routledge, 2007
I-10 The Gulf Coast States/ Mall Housing, Settlement Patterns, The Green Braid, Routledge, 2007
Introduction, Ellis House, Journal of Architectural Education, Volume 60, Issue 4, Sustainability, Vincent Canizaro, Kim Tanzer, May 2007