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Andrew McGee


Andrew is a principal and co-founder of Format. He is a LEED Accredited Professional, and an NCARB-certified architect, with registration in the state of New York. 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.