Andy Zheng graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Master of Architecture. He is a registered architect in Washington DC, United States. He is currently working as a Project Architect at FOX Architects.
Andy’s practice mainly focuses on commercial, workplace, and mix-use project types, and has a profound understanding of urban building recycling and rehabilitation.
He is also the chair of Asian American Designers Union (AADU) under AIA DC. He organized and led many academical studies and panel discussions, the topics of which included Urban Renewal, Mix-use, Future Living, Future Workplace, etc. Andy has many years of Architecture education practice as well. He was a teaching assistant in architecture design and BIM construction courses at the University of Pennsylvania.
Alexander Court (Washington DC, USA | built)
1333 New Hampshire Avenue (Washington DC, USA | Built)
Democracy Center (Maryland, USA | CD)