Andrew Shelburne graduated from The BAC in May of 2014 with a Bachelor of Architecture. Andrew has 10 years of experience working at various architecture firms in the Boston metro area. He is primarily interested in five major areas of design: concept-based design, sustainable design, equitable/affordable design, energy-efficient design, and the design build process.
He is intensely interested in small affordable homes that can be built without needing a mortgage, often referred to as the tiny house movement.
In addition to working full-time in architecture, Andrew also works part-time in The BAC's Coder Lab, where he advises and helps students with design software questions, 3D printing, and laser cutting.
Regarding the design build process, Andrew loves to work with his hands and create the designs he imagines. He also advises students part time in The BAC's Wood Shop.
Currently, he is finishing up the National Council of Architectural Registration Board's Intern Development Program and preparing to take the Architect Registration Examination to obtain his architectural license and registration.
Andrew is committed to seeing the BAC improve, and he feels strongly about the BAC's mission of providing an affordable design education and keeping admission open to those who would otherwise be left out of obtaining a college education.