M. Arch, Rice University
B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology
Andrew Albers is a licensed Architect practicing in the
Landscape Architecture firm, The Office of James Burnett. While at OJB, Andrew has had the
opportunity to work on a number of notable landscapes, including the ASLA National
Honor Award winning Brochstein Pavilion and Central Quad at Rice University. Andrew’s work with the Office of James
Burnett has been published in a number of locations including Landscape
Architecture Magazine, Texas Architect, Architectural Record,
Architect, Cite Magazine, The New York Times, and World
As a Lecturer in Architecture, Andrew is an advocate for
careful consideration of the landscape in the design of our built environment. As a designer, Andrew champions
material exploration, looks for unconventional solutions, enjoys calculated
anomalous juxtapositions, and delights in the occasional non sequitur.
Andrew also provides design input for architectural projects
with Albers Chang, the firm co-owned with his partner NuNu Chang.
Andrew has also worked with Keith Krumweide at his former
office Standard, TX and Reagan Miller of Miller Dahlstrand Architects.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the
Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Architecture from Rice