Andrew McGee

Andrew is a director and co-founder of Format. He contributes to the design of all architectural projects in the office and is equally adept at managing both the design and execution of a variety of project scales and types.

Prior to founding Format, Andrew gained over a decade of experience designing and delivering architectural projects in New York City at leading architectural firms like Studio Gang Architects and Deborah Berke Partners. At Studio Gang Architects he co-managed the design and programming for the Gilder Center extension at the American Museum of Natural History. Prior to that, he was a designer at Deborah Berke Partners, where he helped manage the design and delivery of a variety of residential projects in and around New York City, and was a project manager on the competition-winning design for the Cummins employee offices in Indianapolis, IN.

He holds a Master of Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Bachelor of Arts in Literature from the University of Michigan. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, and an NCARB-certified architect, with registration in the state of New York.