Andrew is a founding director of Waugh Thistleton Architects, an architecture practice dedicated to designing buildings and places of the highest architectural quality that acknowledge their impact on the environment.
Andrew is a passionate advocate of low carbon design and construction; encouraging clients to look at the beauty and benefits of innovation. He has led the practice on award winning schemes from synagogues to social housing, offices and public buildings and was responsible for the design and delivery of Murray Grove, the building which spearheaded the international movement in tall timber construction.
Andrew teaches and lectures frequently with a focus on sustainability, timber construction and the future of architecture. Andrew is a member of the steering committee for Architects Declare in the UK and an ardent campaigner for good causes.