Andrew Delle Bovi

Andrew Delle Bovi

Chappaqua, NY, US



Andrew grew up and resides in Westchester, New York. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in Architecture, Andrew moved on to earn a Master of Architecture degree at the University of Michigan. There he developed a highly versatile skill palette and design methodologies. His skill-set includes knowledge in scripted languages, robotics, visualizations, collaging, and installations. Andrew is pursing future job opportunities at an architectural firm as well as actively pursing Architectural licensure within the state of New York.



Bulgin & Associates, East Hampton, NY, US, Catia Consultant

Catia Consultant, assisted with the construction of a digitally fabricated Hampton beach house. Working on-site, tasked with the production of full scale templates and their respective assembly construction documents. Helped to assist in the completion of the house.

Jun 2015 - Jun 2016

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Digital Fabrication Lab Technician

Responsible for the safety and function of the school’s fabrication equipment.

Sep 2013 - May 2015


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, MArch, Architecture

Completed 2 year Master of Architecture program. School requires an intensive one year study into an architectural or design related issue, culminating in a thesis proposal at the end of the final year.

Aug 2013 - May 2015

University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, US, Bachelors, Architecture

Received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design, a 4 year program.

Aug 2009 - May 2013


Taubman College Thesis Honors & Show Selection, Award

Project Al-10xx: ReCAST, one of five projects selected out of 120. Exhibited in annual student show at the Taubman College gallery space.


"AL-10XX: ReCAST" featured on PitCrit, Other

Graduate thesis project published on the design blog,


"INKSPACE" featured on Cloudz Watching, Other

Graduate course final project published on the design blog,


Hive City Competition, Rigidized Metals, 2nd Place

Second place finalists in a design competition to build and design a bee hive habitat.

Website's Description of Competition:
"Organized by B/A+P’s Ecological Practices Research Group, HIVE CITY is a design competition for students to develop proposals to house an existing bee colony at Silo City, an emerging development in Buffalo. The competition was coordinated as a three-phase process. The first phase was a 24-hour charrette, from which four semi-finalist teams were selected. The second phase culminated in schematic design proposals, which were publicly presented by the student teams. From those four teams, a jury selected two teams to continue onto the final round of competition. The two finalist teams presented detailed proposals, including construction drawings and cost estimates. The winning project will be constructed in the summer of 2012, with sponsorship from Rick Smith and Rigidized Metals."


Best Parti-Wall Condition, Griffis Sculpture Park, Award

Awarded for most creative use of a shared space between two neighboring projects. This was a design build project that was exhibited at the Griffis Sculpture park in East Otto, NY.


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