Andrew Haner

Andrew Haner

Brooklyn, NY, US



principal bio:

Andrew Haner has over a decade of experience in architectural design and construction, specializing in commercial, residential, retail, and interiors work. Involved on projects from conception to completion, Andrew consults with clients to determine program needs, prepares budgetary analysis and space planning, executes construction drawing sets, and provides construction administration.

Committed to sustainable design, Andrew became a LEED AP and acted as architect and project 
manager for L’Oreal USA’s first LEED-CI Silver project in New York City while at Allen + Killcoyne 
Architects. This sensitivity towards environmental considerations continues to manifest itself in every 
project sun|tect designs. 

When not in the studio, Andrew continues to shape the public discussion on architecture and 
sustainabilty by contributing as a faculty member at local colleges and universities, and working 
events as a contributing member of GreenspacesNYC, a non-profit organization committed to 
addressing issues of sustainability and urban planning. 



sun|tect: architecture, Principal

firm philosophy + overview:

sun|tect is a full service architectural studio committed to working with a client's goals collaboratively, achieving program and budgetary goals with progressive design. By approaching each project with a rigorous analytical process, we create architecture expressing hierarchy of form and a respect for context. We do this by using modern principles in detailing, respecting technology's utility, and drawing from a warm, human material palette.

This process allows for an architecture that responds to the human condition while still making bold statements and establishing a commitment to sustainable principles.

Oct 2009 - current

Allen + Killcoyne Architects, Architect / Project Manager

Responsibilities included producing design and working drawings, providing complete project and construction administration throughout all phases of project delivery, acting as primary client contact, and serving both as lead and secondary designer on various projects. Acted as project manager for the firm’s first LEED Certified project

Sep 2004 - Mar 2011

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Graduate Teaching Assistant

Responsibilities included teaching a studio of 15 sophomores basic architectural design methods by emphasizing parti studies, presentation drawings, model building and sketching.

Aug 2002 - Jul 2004

Studio|Durham Architects, Architectural Designer

Responsibilities included drawing construction documents, project administration, field measuring, and model building for various residential and commercial projects.

Jun 2000 - Aug 2002


Aug 2002 - May 2004

Washington University in St. Louis, Bachelors, Architecture

Aug 1996 - May 2000

Areas of Specialization