Andrew Cronin sees project constraints as unique opportunities for innovative design.
In over 10 years as an architect, Andrew has focused on renovation projects including the Morse and Ezra Stiles Colleges at Yale University and Lowell House at Harvard University, for which he is currently the Principal in Charge. He also served as the Project Architect for the Consortium for Building Energy Innovation, a retrofit of a former recreation facility at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Andrew was also the Project Architect for High Horse Ranch, a sustainable private home in rural Northern California, and Congregation Rodeph Shalom, a renovation and addition that expanded a historic Philadelphia synagogue to accommodate its growing congregation.
Andrew excels at digital design, prototyping, and systems integration and brings his expertise in digital design to the firm within KieranTimberlake's BIM Practices Group and Knowledge Community. He is also a jury critic and adjunct faculty member at the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design at Drexel University.