Architect, educator, and Founder and Creative Director of Liang Architecture Bureau+ (LAB+), Andrew previously co-founded the award-winning Los Angeles-based firm Studio 0.10 Architects. With more than 20 years in the field, he brings a depth of knowledge and breadth of experience to the discipline. His work has earned international recognition and is widely published.
Andrew brings to each project a drive for perfection, combined with a deep passion for seamless integration of design and function with place. He fully believes that enduring architecture must contribute to the betterment of the city and reflect its time with confidence and rigor. Andrew’s work embodies his philosophy that timeless design requires the synthesis of progressive vision informed by historical perspective and guided by clarity of ideas, without succumbing to radicalism or veering toward whimsy.
Andrew has served on the faculty of design and urbanism at the University of Southern California (USC)’s School of Architecture for more than 15 years. From 2009-2013 he was the Director of the Asia Architecture and Urbanism program, a semester-long program spotlighting architecture in the rapid urbanization of Chinese cities. He also has served as a juror for international architecture competitions, contributed articles to architecture journals, and lectured on the subject of Chinese cities and their urbanization processes. Andrew received his Bachelor of Architecture from USC and his Master of Architecture from Columbia University. He is a registered architect in California.