Andrew Burdick is a New York City-based architect. Having collaborated on a diverse collection of award-winning designs, his work ranges in scale from large urban planning projects and civic buildings to residences, apartments, and furniture designs.
Andrew’s portfolio is unified by a commitment to exceptional design and four underlying ideals:
Design is an optimistic endeavor, a creative process of making spaces and places that elevate and enrich peoples’ daily lives through practical problem-solving and artful design;
The design process is not a solo, it is a collaborative conversation between the architect, the client, and a project’s site, context, desired use and budget;
A good designer is a great listener, listening to the needs, dreams, concerns and goals of each unique client;
The best design solutions both respond to and transcend immediate needs, creating beautiful spaces whose ultimate success is measured by the simple joys and pleasures they bring to those who live and work in them.
Andrew Burdick is a licensed architect, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and a LEED Accredited Professional. Andrew’s design work has received numerous commendations in regional and international competitions, conferences and exhibitions around the world. Most recently, Andrew was named a finalist for the Philips Livable Cities Award, exhibited as a shortlist finalist for the Klaksvik City Center International Design Competition, featured as a speaker at this year’s Jane Jacobs Forum in New York City, featured as a Finalist for Metropolis Magazine’s Workplace of the Future 2.0, and profiled by Coolhunting.com as one of sixteen up-and-coming designers as part of its Icons profile series.