John Andrews

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John Hamilton Andrews, born in Sydney, October 29, 1933 (age 84), is an Australian architect. Andrews has been the recipient of many awards including the RAIA Gold Medal.

In his architecture, Andrews shows more concern with solving specific site and programmatic requirements than with establishing a distinctive style. He develops the building and site according to climatic conditions and user needs. With a rational approach that emphasizes circulation and user interaction, Andrews creates user friendly environments. [1]


CN Tower, Toronto.
  • Scarborough College (1963 - 1969)
  • Library at the University of Western Ontario in London.
  • Academic buildings, Ontario.
  • Gund Hall at Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1968 to 1972.
  • Miami Seaport Passenger Terminal, Miami, Florida (1970)
  • Kent State University School of Art in Ohio (1972)
  • CN tower (1973)
  • Hooker Tower in Sydney (1974)
  • Intelsat Headquarters, Washington, D.C. (1988).

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