Andrew Bromberg (RIBA, Assoc. AIA) is Global Design Principal at the international architectural practice, Aedas.
Bromberg, originally from the United States, has been steadily gaining recognition for his ground-breaking architectural design projects in China, the Far East, the Middle East, Europe and North America, ranging from smaller cultural venues to larger mixed-use commercial developments, as well as significant infrastructure schemes.
The architect’s most notable projects include The Star in Singapore, a mixed-used development with a 5,000-seat concert hall dramatically perched atop publically accessible forecourt and retail areas, completed in 2012, Sandcrawler, the regional headquarters for Lucasfilm also in Singapore, which is elegantly clad in energy-saving luminous facades, completed in 2014, and the place-making Nanfung Commercial, Hospitality and Exhibition Complex in Guangzhou, built on the bank of the Pearl River estuary, completed in 2013.
The most recently completed project by Bromberg is Hong Kong West Kowloon Station. His dynamic design allows people to walk up the station’s rooftop aligned with mature trees and shrubs to enjoy new views of the famous Hong Kong skyline. The project opened to the public in September 2018.
Bromberg received his Master’s degree in architecture at the Southern California Institute of Architecture and University of Washington after completing his Bachler’s degree in Environmental Design from University of Colorado and Arizona State University a few years earlier.
A keen hiker and traveler since young age, Bromberg draws inspiration from nature and his interest in how people live in different cultures to create meaningful, people-centric architectural works.