Andrew Heid is the founding principal of NOA—a New York-based design firm dedicated to the radical exploration of nature, ecology, and urbanism through innovative architecture. Mr. Heid studied architecture at Yale, the Architectural Association, and Princeton, where his design thesis earned the Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize, the graduate school’s highest honor. His work has been acclaimed in various journals, magazines, and newspapers. In addition, he has been an invited juror at The Cooper Union, Columbia University, Harvard, The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, NJIT, Pratt, Parsons and Temple. He is an adjunct professor at NYIT and an adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University.
Graduate Program/Urban and Regional Design
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