Andrew Weller-Gordon

Andrew Weller-Gordon



“Through architecture, I hope to create a framework for people to interact, grow, and learn. The choices we make in design affect lives in subtle but powerful ways and have the potential to create vibrant, vital communities.”

With over seven years of architectural experience, Andrew played an integral part in the modernization of Grant High School for Portland Public Schools. Throughout the four-year process of this large, complex project, he contributed to conceptual design, coordination, and technical development, then followed the project from construction to completion. This invaluable experience positioned him as a critical force on Edison Elementary School for the Eugene School District; Legacy High School/Hollingsworth Academy/Archway Academy alternative learning campus for Evergreen Public Schools, and more recently as a team member for the Graduate Housing project at Oregon State University.

Outside of the office, Andrew volunteers for the Architecture Foundation of Oregon’s Architects in Schools program and internally, he is an active member of Mahlum’s Construction Administration Support Group.

Andrew received his Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Rochester. He is a registered architect in the State of Oregon.