Andrew Haney

Andrew Haney

Atlanta, GA, US



I'm currently living in Atlanta.  Always looking for opportunities to improve and grow.  



Cooper Carry, Atlanta, Project Architect

Sep 2015 - current

GreenbergFarrow, Atlanta, Architect

Jan 2014 - Sep 2015

BRPH, Atlanta, Intern

Nov 2012 - Jan 2014

Pieper Obrien Herr Architects, Intern Architect

Mar 2011 - Nov 2012

plexus r+d, Intern Architect

Porting Revit files to 3ds Max to Unity

Mar 2011 - Mar 2011

HOK, Intern Architect

Creating/Finalizing Construction Documents
Preliminary Designs for Lab/Classroom/Gathering Buildings

Worked in Revit, Adobe Suite, Rhino

Oct 2010 - Feb 2011

Anthony Ames Architect, Intern Architect

Build model of one of Mr. Ames projects for the exhibit of his work at the High Museum of Art

Plans were translated from Hand drawn to CAD to laser cutter.

Mar 2009 - Apr 2009

HOK, Intern Architect

Finalizing Construction Documents
Creating Family Libraries for future use

Worked primarily in Revit

Mar 2008 - Oct 2008


University of Pennsylvania, MArch, Post Professional Architecture

Primary focus in the first semester studio was digital/generative design using Maya/MEL Scripting and Rhino/Grasshopper to created forms and physical models. Biological systems were used as a basis for developing methods of urban planning/generation for a site in Florida, USA.
Studio Critic: Winka Dubbeldam

Second semester focused on research on the country of Bangladesh, primarily the capital city of Dhaka. Research lead to development of portable sanitation system to alleviate health problems and provide alternative sources of fuel and revenue. Studio Critics: James Timberlake and Steven Kieran

Elective Studies include: Industrial Design, Urbanism, Gilles Deleuze, Modern Home Design and Theory, The Influence of Technology and Social Media on Architecture

Projects of note are detailed on my portfolio website:

Aug 2009 - May 2010

Kennesaw State University, BArch, Architecture

Completed B.Arch Program in 5 years with a Minor in Construction Management.

In addition to studios the first half of Architecture Program focused primarily on technical issues of architecture and included: Electrical, Structural, and Environmental engineering and technology

The second half of the program Architectural History and Theory and Research as well as required the completion of an independent thesis per individual.

Projects of note are detailed on my portfolio website:

Aug 2004 - May 2009


Thesis Level Focus Studio Competition, Honorable Mention

In the final semester of undergrad all studio projects were evaluated for nomination to the competition. All nominations were judged and the top 5 were awarded prizes. My work received 4th prize, or "Honorable Mention" on the scale above.

The project was a Speculative House inspired by the traditional shotgun house as well as the necessities of the new homes being built in New Orleans.

For further notes on this project please see my portfolio website:


Thesis Competition, Nomination

My undergrad featured an independently developed thesis. At the end of the process a handfull of students were chosen to be nominated to a competition. My work was nominated, though did not receive a prize.

For further notes on my thesis please see my portfolio website:


Areas of Specialization