Andrew MacMillan is a student of architecture, a cyclist, and a graphic and architectural designer.
Andrew is currently an M.Arch I Candidate at Princeton university's School of Architecture, having previously received his Honours BA Degree with Distinction in Architectural Design, and Architectural History, Theory + Criticism from the University of Toronto. Most recently he worked for WORKshop Inc. as a Project Designer on architectural, and graphic design projects. Formerly he was a bicycle messenger, co-owner, and in-house designer for the Send It Courier Cooperative, and also previously worked for archiTEXT Inc., a Toronto design studio and creative agency.
Andrew's interests lie in graphic design and its capacity to generate and represent architecture, and the role that both professional criticism and contemporary forms of content aggregation affect the anthologization of architecture. He is also an avid cyclist and rides for the Princeton University Cycling Team, and has, as a bicycle messenger competed at the 2014 Cycle Messenger World Championships in Mexico City, and the 2014 and 2015 NACCCs.
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, US, MArch, Architecture
University of Toronto, Toronto, Bachelors, Architecture