Andrew Thurlow is the Director of Thurlow Small, Inc, based in Oakland, California, recently converted from Thurlow Small Architecture in Rhode Island begun in 2006.
His recent projects include a competition-winning design for an underpass installation in Washington DC to be constructed in 2016 and two interior design projects for a web marketing company in Providence, RI, and a creative commons for an advertising agency in Providence, RI. Previous work includes a 480 hectare centralized park design for Yinzhou, China, which received an Honor Award from the ASLA, RI Chapter. He lead the proposal that was selected as a winner for the NoMa Parks Underpass Competition in Washington DC., and was selected as a finalist for both the National AIDS Memorial Competition in San Francisco, CA and the Harborwalk Competition in Gloucester, MA. His work has been published by Damdi, Birkhauser, and The Center for American Architecture and Design, and in the architectural journals Arch+, Archithese, Era 21, Indian Architect & Builder, Metropolis, Praxis, and Stad.
Andrew’s previous professional work in the office of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates includes the Trenton Firehouse and Irvine Auditorium at the University of Pennsylvania. At Ballinger Architects he designed multiple facilities for Comcast, the Cabrini College Sports Recreation Center in Radnor, Pennsylvania and the Henry M. Rowan School of Engineering at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. For Rowan, Ballinger received a Design Excellence Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects. Andrew received a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University and a Bachelor in Architecture from Syracuse University.
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Masters of Science in Advanced Architectural Design, 1998
Avery Library Archive, selected for permanent collection
CAD Design Honor Award
Full Teaching Assistant Award Scholarship
Syracuse University, School of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture, 1994
James Britton Memorial Award for Outstanding Thesis
Super Jury, Thesis Invitation
AIA Academic Scholarship, New York
Frederick W. Revels Traveling Scholarship
Slivers Design Award, awarded in second year
Roger Williams University, Tenured Associate Professor of Architecture and Director, Digital Manufacturing Laboratory, 2004 – 2014
University of Tennessee, College of Architecture + Design, Assistant Professor, 1998 – 2004
Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Associate I, 1998
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