New York, NY

Andrew Eben Burdick is a New York City-based architect focusing on residential, civic, and institutional projects. Andrew received his M.Arch from the University Of Virginia School Of Architecture, where he was the recipient of the AIA Certificate of Merit, the Edgar Shannon Award for academic service to the University community, and the Virginia Society AIA Prize. Andrew’s design work has placed in regional and international competitions and has been featured at conferences and exhibits in cities around the world. Most recently, Andrew was named a finalist for the Philips Livable Cities Award, exhibited as a shortlist finalist for the Klaksvik City Center International Design Competition, and profiled by as one of sixteen up-and-coming designers as part of its Icons profile series. His essay, “Residential Diversification: An Infill Strategy for Suburban America,” was recently published by the Smart Growth Network and included in its annual conference compendium as part of the National Conversation on the Future of Our Communities.

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  • Associate Partner, Senior Design Architect
    New York, NY
    Nov 2003 - Present
    Ennead Architects LLP
  • Director
    New York, NY
    2014 - Present
    Ennead Lab
  • Director
    New York, NY
    2004 - 2009
    Architecture for Humanity New York
  • Field Architect
    Morgantina, Sicily
    Jul 2003 - Sep 2003
    Scavi di Morgantina, Archeological Dig
  • Intern
    Charlottesville, VA
    May 2001 - Aug 2001
    VMDO Architects
  • Intern
    Winchester, VA
    May 2000 - Aug 2000
    Reader & Swartz Architects PC


  • M. Arch
    Charlottesville, VA
    Aug 2001 - May 2003
    University of Virginia
    - Recipient, AIA Certificate of Merit
    - Recipient, University Teaching Assistantship
    - Instructor, ARCH 203 (Design Studio), ARCH 514 (Design/Build)
  • BS in Architecture
    Charlottesville, VA
    Aug 1997 - May 2001
    University of Virginia
    - Graduated with “Highest Honors,” first in class
    - Recipient, Shannon Award for academic service to the University
    - Teaching Assistant, ARCH 101, ARCH 102

Honors & Awards

  • Finalist, Metropolis Magazine "Workplace of the Future 2.0", 2014
    Awarded Second Place, FARROC Resilient Design Competition, 2013
    Finalist, Philips Livable Cities Award, 2011
    Awarded Second Place, Janet Becker Affordable Housing Competition, 2008
    Awarded First Prize, Inform Magazine Student Awards, 2003
    Awarded First Place, Virginia Society AIA Competition, 2003
    Awarded First Prize, Virginia Society AIA Competition, 2002
    Awarded Honorable Mention, ICCC/UN International Competition, 2002
    - Exhibited at the United Nations. New York, NY
    - Exhibited at the World Conference on Aging. Madrid, Spain
    - Exhibited at the Regional Ministers Competition. Shanghai, China
    Awarded Second Place, Internat'l Competition. Moniga del Garda, Italy,2001
    Published, Virginia Studio Record, 1997-2001


  • Licensed Architect, State of New York
    LEED Accredited Professional