Andrew Whalley

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.