Vincent Chang, MA DipArch, AIA, RIBA
Andrew Whalley, BArch, AADip, AIA, RIBA
Friday, November 2, 7:00 p.m.
Macro to Micro
Vincent Chang and Andrew Whalley, partners in the New York office of Grimshaw Architects, are serving on behalf of their firm as Fall 2007 Kea Distinguished Professors. In this role, they mentor graduate architecture students in the Comprehensive Design Studio, providing invaluable real-life insights into the design and construction processes.
Vincent Chang has been with Grimshaw since 1996, and was responsible for establishing the practice’s New York office. In this position he led the firm’s first American commissions — including the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center, the Experimental Media & Performing Arts Center at RPI, and the Fulton Street Transit Center in Manhattan — and oversaw practice development. He was appointed a Partner of Grimshaw in 2004.
Andrew Whalley has been an instrumental part of Grimshaw since the earliest days of the practice, and has been Partner in Charge of a number of diverse projects ranging from wide-span bridges to performing arts buildings. His award-winning projects include the International Terminal at Waterloo, the Eden Project in Cornwall and the redevelopment of Paddington Station in London. He is currently Partner in Charge of Grimshaw’s New York office and is overseeing all live projects in the Americas.
Learn more about Chang and Whalley's work at the Grimshaw Architects website.Back to Lecture Series Home