Andrew Whalley, AIA, RIBA, is Grimshaw’s Deputy Chairman and represents the Office of the Chairman for all international projects. Andrew works closely with Sir Nicholas Grimshaw to cultivate relationships with clients and institutions worldwide while managing the partnership’s design approach, public relations, and external communications. His award-winning architecture includes the International Terminal at Waterloo Station, the redevelopment of Paddington Station in London, the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in New York, and the Eden Project in Cornwall. During his ten years as Partner-in-Charge of the New York office, Andrew established Grimshaw as one of eight architectural practices eligible for major public projects under former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Design Excellence Program. Andrew has a long-time involvement in academia and has lectured globally. He has written for many publications and currently edits Grimshaw’s research publication, Blue.