Andrew Knox, FAIA / Partner
Andrew Knox, FAIA, is a graduate of the Yale University School of Architecture where he received his Master of Architecture degree. During the formative years of his professional career, he practiced in Wales, London, California, Connecticut, and New York, ultimately establishing roots with The Edelman Partnership. He was named partner to this firm in 1998. In addition to his professional practice, Andrew has formerly served as Co-Chair of both the NYC AIA Housing Committee and the Betances Health Unit, and currently serves on the board of the Marble Cemetery of NYC.
Before dedicating himself to architecture, Andrew honed his mechanical skills working at a Midas Muffler shop and was also an aspiring actor. Unfortunately, he was typically shot before the second act. When pried away from the office, he enjoys spending time with his daughters, but he is more likely to build a log shelter or igloo than actually relax. Andrew often bikes to the office and to job sites—but never without his helmet.
Andrew has been honored by HSU for his innovative work in the design of homeless shelters. In 2019, Andrew was named as a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects.