Andrew Whalley is Deputy Chairman of Grimshaw, where he is in charge of a range of diverse projects ranging from infrastructure projects to performing arts buildings. His award-winning projects include the International Terminal at Waterloo, The Eden Project in Cornwall, the redevelopment of Paddington Station in London and the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in New York.
In 2011, he was appointed Deputy Chairman and now he works closely with the Chairman to cultivate Grimshaw’s relationships with clients and other institutions worldwide and manage Grimshsaw’s design approach, PR and external communications.
Andrew has a long time involvement in academia and has taught at the Royal College of Art, Architectural Association, University College London and was a visiting Professor at Washington University. Publication credits include a book with Sunday Times architecture critic Hugh Pearman, “The Architecture of Eden,” published by Transworld in 2003. He has written for many magazines and journals and currently edits Grimshaw’s annual publication Blue.