Andrew has more than 15 years of experience and held senior-level positions at Allies and Morrison, Heatherwick Studio and HOK, where he helped create renowned large-scale global projects that made a deep impact on places and people.
Significant projects include the Stirling Prize nominated London headquarters of Rothschild Bank; the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park; radical residential tower Eden Singapore, and the Bund Finance Centre in Shanghai.
In 2018, he founded Mcmullan Studio to evolve his positive vision of architecture by bringing big ambition, global experience and far-reaching impact to projects large and small, urban and rural.
Projects include a 15ha regeneration masterplan for the area around Skipton train station; a 12ha city masterplan for Innsbruck in Austria which was a winner at Europan 15; a RIBA competition winning model of affordable rural housing for young people called 'The Flexstead', and Preston Farm, a 30,000 sq.ft prototype workspace designed to revitalise the local economy and increase diversity in rural Kent.
A graduate of the Architectural Association and Cambridge University, he’s sat on international award juries and taught at Central Saint Martins, Bartlett School of Architecture and the Architectural Association. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.