Andrew Weigand

Designer, etc.

Select Projects


with afoam, ongoing

HI Residence

with afoam, ongoing

Atelier Hibou Arts Center

with afoam, ongoing


Commissioned drawings for "Designing Affordability," an installation at the Center for Architecture, New York, 2015

Nova Scola Chyne

Competition entry, afoam in collaboration with Of Possible Architectures and Boyarsky Murphy Architects, 2015


with afoam, 2014


Designed in collaboration with Artist Tattfoo Tan.

Exhibited at "Value of Food" St. John the Divine, 2016; Paths to Pier 42, LMCC, 2015; "Foodshed: Art and Agriculture in Action" Smack Mellon, 2014

Urban Accordion

with afoam, 2013

Kinder Gallery

with afoam, 2014

Risk Design

in collaboration with Jonathan Massey
published on Aggregate a website devoted to advanced research in architectural history and theory.


with afoam, 2013

Mapping Liberty Plaza

Drawing produced in collaboration with Jonathan Massey & Brett Synder. Published on Design Observer.


Designed in collaboration with Artist Tattfoo Tan, 2013


Thesis, an infrastructural park for Sunnyside Yards, Queens; Winner of the James Britton Memorial Prize for Best Thesis, 2012


Sculpture designed in collaboration with Lily Fein, 2012


Designed in collaboration with Mark Shalamian and Brandon Maldonado, 2011

Lower Manhattan Library

Designed in collaboration with Lina Bondarenko and Edith Gawler, 2011

NYU Expansion

Graphics exploring NYU's campus 2020 plan.

Rotation Gradient

Winner, Design Works Screen Competition, CNC milled MDF, 2010


A project designer at Gluckman Tang Architects, Andrew focuses on art-related projects. He recently completed a private gallery for a permanent sculpture installation in Bridgehampton, NY, and he concurrently is leading the design of the HBS Museum in Changsha, China and EMRCA Museum in Massachusetts. In 2013 he co-founded afoam, a design collaborative, with whom he has created competition entries, installations, a showroom renovation, and an artist-in-residency masterplan in Gibourne, France. Earlier, in 2011 at REX, he contributed to the Activision-Blizzard Headquarters concept design. He has also completed multiple projects with artists, designers, and even social scientists, including a sculpture, NEAKA, with Tattfoo Tan, and graphics with historian Jonathan Massey: Visualizing the Occupation and Risk Design. As a student, he contributed to the renovation of 601 Tully, an art-education and community-center.


Gluckman Tang Architects
2012 - Present

Project Designer

  • De Maria Pavilion, completed 2016
  • HBS Museum - construction documents, ongoing
  • Shanghai Museum Competition, with KPF, 2016
  • GCAM Museum - concept design, ongoing
  • EMRCAM - schematic design, ongoing
Project Team
  • Museo del Prado Salon de Reinos Competition, 2016
  • Met Museum M & C Wing Competition, 2014
  • Old Field Residence(project), 2014
  • Tribeca Apartment - Completed 2014


REX Architecture
Intern, Summer 2011

  • Activision Blizzard HQ - concept design
  • Vakko Gallery Addition - concept design
Of Possible Architectures
Intern, Spring 2011

601 Tully
Design-build, 2009 - 2012

Garth TM
Product Design Intern, Spring 2010

Independent Projects

Co founder, 2013
  • Sundays 25th Street, ongoing
  • HI Residence, ongoing
  • Atelier Hibou Arts Center, ongoing
  • Nova Scola Chyne (project), 2015
  • Kinder Showroom, 2014
  • Parting - an Urban Rest Stop, 2014
  • Flip House Queens, 2013
  • Urban Accordion (project), 2013


  research & visualization

  • Designing Affordability, 2015
  • Risk Design, 2013
  • Visualizing the Occupation / Occupy the Internet, 2012
artist consulting
  • Tattfoo Tan NETOL, McColl Center, ongoing
  • Tattfoo Tan NEAKA, 2014
  • Tattfoo Tan NESOS (project), 2013


Syracuse University School of Architecture
B. Arch | Summa Cum Laude with Honors | GPA 3.9 | 2012
  • James Britton Prize for Best Thesis, Technocarpet
  • Syracuse University Scholar
  • Gifford Prize, Highest Rank in Scholarship
  • AIA Henry Adams Medal for Scholarship
  • Study in Florence, Italy and New York
  • Visiting Critic Studio: Joshua Prince Ramus, REX

Skills & Technologies

Proficient: AutoCAD, Rhino, Vray, Adobe Creative Suite Microsoft Office, Google Docs, Laser cutting, modelmaking in a variety of media including wood, rockite, museum board, foamcore, etc.
Working Knowledge: Revit, 3d printing, CNC
Basic: 3DS Max, Grashopper, HTML, CSS


2014       Parting, Winner, Urban Rest Stop Competition
2013       Urban Accordion, Finalist, Figment Competition
2012       University Scholar, Syracuse University
2012       James Britton Prize for Best Thesis, Syracuse University
2012       Gifford Prize for Highest Rank in Scholarship, Syracuse University School of Architecture
2012       AIA Henry Adams Medal
2011       ARTBAR, By the City / For the City Competition
2011       Crown Award in support of thesis research
2010       Robert W Cutler Memorial Scholarship
2010       Design Works Screen Competition
2010       CNY Foodcenter, Finalist, King & King Competition
2009       Myron Jordan Memorial Scholarship
2007       Syracuse Chancellors Scholarship
2007       United States Sign Council Scholarship

Exhibitions & Publications

2015       Commissioned Drawings for Designing Affordability, New York Center for Architecture
2015       Risk Design in "Game Changers: Aggregate" Metropolis
2014       "Controversy Surrounds Possible Future for I-81 Illustrated in "Urban Rest Stop" TWC News
2014       ""Art, Music and Food to Align to Celebrate Summer in Forman Park" Syracuse Post Standard
2014       "A Catamaran Carrying Dried Food for the End of Times" Fast Company
2013       "Design team's Urban Accordion vies for space in New York" China Daily USA
2012       "Thesis Technocarpet - CurateNYC at Westwood Gallery Technocarpet
2012       "Technocarpet - SU School of Architecture Thesis Show
2012       "CNY FoodCenter - Syracuse Storefront