Andrew Weigand

Andrew Weigand

New York, NY, US



Andrew is a designer interested in the social and civil support systems underlying design intervention, especially in the intertwined domains of public space and infrastructure. Recent work engages large scale systems, yet his interests range across scales and he relishes each opportunity to design and collaborate on projects, from ephemeral interfaces and graphics to buildings to large landscapes.

He is a recent graduate of Syracuse University School of Architecture, where he was recognized as a Syracuse University Scholar, awarded the James Britton Prize for Best Thesis, and recieved the Luther Gifford Prize for Highest Rank in Scholarship. 



Gluckman Tang Architects, New York, NY, US, Project Designer

Gluckman Tang Architects is a multi-faceted firm offering services in architecture, planning and interior design. Over nearly 40 years, Gluckman Tang has grown from a studio focused on art installations and galleries to an internationally-recognized firm with a body of work that includes museums, educational institutions, retail, residential and commercial projects.

Project Designer
- De Maria Pavilion Bridgehampton, NY, Completed 2016
- AIANY Honor Award, 2017
- AIA National Small Projects Award 2017
- Architizer A+ Award 2017
- Hunan TV Museum, Changsha, CN, Construction Documents Phase, Expected Completion 2018
- Heritage State Park Masterplan, North Adams, MA, 2017
- The Global Contemporary Art Museum, North Adams, MA

Project Team
- Long Island Residence, Construction Documents 2014
- Undisclosed Invited Museum Competition, 2014
- Tribeca Apartment, Completed 2015

Aug 2012 - Jan 2017

REX, New York, NY, US, Intern

Contributed models, drawings, and diagrams to several projects.

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011

Medium, New York, NY, US, Intern

ARTBAR project team - selected as a winner in Urban Design Week 2011's By the City / For the City competition.

Jun 2011 - Jun 2011

601 Tully, Architectural Assistant

A community-collaborative design build renovation. This project started as a class at Syracuse University, which carried over into the summer. While working on the project, I made drawings, renderings, models, and sketches. Later, I helped to begin to make some of these concepts reality by reclaiming materials, processing those materials, and making furniture and a mobile partition to be installed in the house after its completion.

Aug 2009 - Aug 2010

AdHoc_Su, Product Design Intern

A pop-up multidisciplinary design studio in Syracuse led by Designer Garth Roberts. I contributed sketches, renderings, drawings, and models.

Jan 2010 - May 2010

Fourth Coast, Inc., Intern

A start-up renewable energy, engineering, and consulting firm. While at Fourth Coast, I learned the ins and outs of solar and wind energy systems, and applied this knowledge by conducted feasibility and benefit analysis of PV and Small Wind Energy Systems. As part of this, I worked on NYSERDA and USDA grant requests, making site plans, electrical diagrams, and solar analyses.

The engineering component of the firm had me prepare building permit and documents and perform NYSUBC research. Also, I learned about and worked on a RFP for the Army Corps of Engineers, for which I prepared Site-Civil and SWPPP drawings.

May 2009 - Dec 2009


Syracuse University, BArch, School of Architecture

Recognized as a Syracuse University Scholar, awarded the James Britton Prize for Best Thesis, and recieved the Luther Gifford Prize for Highest Rank in Scholarship.

Aug 2007 - current


Luther Gifford Prize for Scholarship, Award

Prize for Highest Rank In Scholarship, B.Arch Program Class of 2012


University Scholar, Award

1 of 12 Undergraduates Selected from Entire University Class, Highest Distinction awarded to undergraduate Students.


James Britton Prize for Best Thesis, Award

Syracuse University School of Architecture Award for Best Thesis


Crown Award, Grant

Funding research Travel to Seattle, Portland, Madrid, and Barcelona to further my thesis project.


Syracuse Works, Award

A selection of 20 Student projects at Syracuse that were installed in a pop-up storefront in Downtown Syracuse.


Chancellor's Scholarship, Scholarship

Syracuse University


Winner - Design Works Screen Competition, 1st Place

A MDF Milled Screen at Syracuse School of Visual and Performing Arts Fabrication Lab


King and King Comprehensive Design Competition, Honorable Mention

Syracuse School of Architecture Comprehensive design studio 'prize.' Project: CNY FoodCenter


Robert W Cutler Memorial Scholarship, Scholarship

Syracuse School of Architecture Merit Scholarship


Myron Jordan Memorial Scholarship, Scholarship

Syracuse School of Architecture Merit Scholarship


Areas of Specialization