Andrew Mcmullan


Andrew Mcmullan is a British architect whose fresh and optimistic approach to design has helped create renowned global projects that make a deep impact on places and people. For 15 years, he held senior-level positions at Allies and Morrison, Heatherwick Studio and was Vice-President of HOK, London.

Andrew’s projects include the new London headquarters of Rothschild Bank. Nominated for the Stirling Prize, the steel and glass building features ten floors of open-plan offices, a rooftop garden and a glazed ‘sky pavilion’ containing a stack of three double-height events rooms. The 21,000 sq. m tower was designed to bring natural light and a sense of outdoor calm to a high-pressured working environment.

At Heatherwick Studio, Andrew was senior architect on the Bund Finance Centre in Shanghai, the world-class commercial and financial centre on the city’s waterfront. The 372,000 sq. m development consists of rustic hand-carved stone building frames with the latest facade technology. Though dedicated to work, the project includes a hotel and cultural centre inspired by traditional Chinese theatres with a kinetic facade that creates a constantly changing link between outside and inside, modern China and old.

In 2018, he founded Mcmullan Studio to evolve his positive vision of architecture. Based in London, Andrew leads his team to create beautiful, buildable projects for progressive clients who recognise the capacity of original design to transform people’s lives.

A graduate of the Architectural Association and Cambridge University, he has sat on international award juries and taught at Central Saint Martins, Bartlett School of Architecture and the Architectural Association. Andrew is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and an Expert Advisor for the UK Design Council on architecture and urban design.