Andrew Weigand

Andrew is a designer interested in the social and civil support systems underlying design intervention, especially in the intertwined domains of public space and infrastructure. Recent work engages large scale systems, yet his interests range across scales and he relishes each opportunity to design and collaborate on projects, from ephemeral interfaces and graphics to buildings to large landscapes.

He is a 2012 graduate of Syracuse University School of Architecture, where he was recognized as a Syracuse University Scholar, awarded the James Britton Prize for Best Thesis, and recieved the Luther Gifford Prize for Highest Rank in Scholarship.

He currently works at Gluckman Mayner Architects. Other experience includes the 601 Tully Project, REX Architecture, FourthCoast INC, & AdHoc SU.