Andrew Walters

BA (Hons) BArch AdipPPA RIBA
Architect

Andrew has been working in practice since 2001, after graduating from the Manchester School of Architecture.

He worked on a variety of projects in education, healthcare, commercial and cultural sectors, working for companies such as Aedas, CTAC and Loop Systems Architects.

Andrew gained RIBA status in 2004, and joined Harrison Pitt Architects in 2013 where he has put his interest in traditional and historic buildings and sustainable design into practice, working on a number of energy-efficient and timber-framed buildings.

Andrew has worked on the Forest Side Hotel in the Lake District and a £9.5m specialist food packing centre in Oxfordshire for Noble Foods.

He has alos worked on multiple projects for the South Tynedale Railway Preservation Society in Alston and the Twin Lakes luxury lodge development at Tewitfield.

Andrew Walters

Inspiration

Projects Involved In

Noble Foods, Egg-packing facility
University of Cumbria
The Forest Side Hotel & Restaurant