Andrew Stanforth

Project Architect

Andrew joined Hopkins Architects in 2003, having completed the Graduate Diploma in Architecture at the Bartlett, University College London, where he had previously attained his degree.

 

After initially joining the team for the New Science Building at Bryanston School, Dorset, Andrew was to oversee Bryanston's Applied Arts Building. This well-received collection of art and drama studios, funded by Sir Terence Conran, would form the basis for a commended component of Andrew's professional studies, also undertaken at the Bartlett.

 

An aptitude for three-dimensional modelling has enabled Andrew to become involved in a wide range of Hopkins' projects, notably the British Antarctic Survey's competition for the Halley VI research centre, Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and, more recently, the London Olympic Velopark.

 

Andrew has worked extensively on the recently opened Frick Chemistry Laboratory at Princeton University. This $270 million project continued the practice's export of sustainable academic architecture to the US. He has been continuously involved in the progression of the project from the winning competition bid in 2005, overseeing several packages to completion.