Andrew Sparks is an Adjunct Professor and Building Technology Coordinator at the California College of Arts and an Associate at LSarc Studio in San Francisco. Andrew brings a critical approach to the design, questioning the evolution of each design decision and is committed to broadening his understanding of the practice. With a Master of Architecture degree from UC Berkeley and Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, his knowledge of engineering and materials informs the architectural process from conceptual design through construction.
Andrew specializes in building technology, building energy, mechanics of energy and environments, building information modeling, and building systems integration. Prior to pursuing his architecture degree, Andrew practiced structural engineering with Rutherford and Chekene and had the opportunity to gain experience on large projects including the De Young Museum.
Contact: asparks at cca.edu
Image: de Young Museum, Herzog + de Meuron