Andrew Wadeson \

Andrew studied architecture at the University of Nottingham and the Manchester School of Architecture, where he achieved Distinction for his thesis project. As part of the [Re_Map] studio unit, he explored mapping and representation of urban networks and data, to inform and drive architectural experimentation - his work was published in the book Isolative Urbanism: An Ecology of Control.

After working in Manchester for a few years, Andrew headed to London, and since qualifying with the RIBA North West, has been involved in a wide range of projects, from pavilions to skyscrapers.

Away from the bright lights of the city, Andrew can often be found at the helm of a sailing boat, or the top of a fell in the Lake District.

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