Andrew qualified as an architect in 1981 beginning his career at Prudential Assurance working on a number of significant buildings within their pension fund portfolio, including the redevelopment of Prudential’s own headquarters in Holborn.
He set up TateHindle in 1992 together with James Hindle, concentrating initially on commercial and residential schemes within central London.
The passion Andrew has for high-quality design in both new build and refurbished schemes impresses clients nationwide. He continues to forge new relationships whilst embracing the challenges of a dynamic and ever changing architectural landscape.
Andrew is a keen cyclist and has organised the annual Genoa to Cannes Cycle to MIPIM for the last nine years.
Andrew has converted a water tower near Amersham into his family home, which has featured on Channel 4′s ‘Grand Designs’.