Andrew Mann, Principal

Andrew has been designing residential architecture in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1989. His work encompasses a range of building types, from rural vacation retreats to sophisticated urban residences.

He has run Andrew Mann Architecture since 1998. Prior to that, Andrew spent ten years working under the auspices of the late William Turnbull, Jr., one of the foremost proponents of the Bay Area Style during the latter half of the 20th century. Through these experiences, Andrew has developed a wealth of knowledge and skill as a designer that can be brought to bear upon all aspects of the architectural process.

Originally from New England, Andrew graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College and received his Master of Architecture from Princeton University, where he was awarded the American Institute of Architects School Medal and Certificate of Merit for academic achievement.