AMA Andreas Mede Architect
192 Prospect Street, Woodside, CA 94062-3630 USA
Andreas Mede (Architect, LEED AP) is Principal of AMA, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, California USA.
Working in the fields of architecture and art installations. Interest in minimalism, materials and clarity. Aspiring too innovation, reduction of complexity, refinement, seeking the beauty and possibilities in all projects, and all situations. The aim, to produce architecture that is powerful and personal, to engage the senses, to build in an energy conscious manner and for the long term. Focused on all project types, from the very small to the large and complex.
Projects designed and managed include cultural institutions, educational facilities, commercial buildings, multi-unit low-income housing, and single-family residences. AIA design award for Clovis Memorial District Conference Center, Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects.
Mark Cavagnero Architects, San Francisco CA.
EHDD Architecture, San Francisco CA.
Carrasco + Associates Architects, Palo Alto CA.
David Terpening Architect, Menlo Park CA.
University of British Columbia, Vancouver Canada:
Bachelor of Architecture - Graduate Program 1994.
Awarded: William and Ada Isabelle Steel Scholarship.
Awarded: George S. Whilans Memorial Scholarship + Trophy.
Tong-ji University, Shanghai China:
Architecture Studies Abroad (University of British Columbia) 1993.
San Jose State University, San Jose California USA:
Bachelor of European and American History, Art History 1987.
"Parasol" exhibited "Borders Art Fair", Venice 2021.
"Parasol" Winner 2021 itliquid architecture award.
Photo collage piece "Totem 001"published in the January issue of the British art magazine AVERAGE ART.
"Parasol" First Prize: 2018 Urban Design and Architecture Design Awards - Landscape Category.
"MiniHouseHotel" First Prize: 2018 Urban Design and Architecture Design Awards - Hospitality Category.
"Dalseong Gymnasium" Honorable Mention: 2018 Urban Design and Architecture Design Awards - Sports and Recreation Category.
"Selective Perspectives" Winner Rethinking The Future (RTF) architectural sustainability award for 2016.
10x20x20 Presentation Winnipeg Art Musuem.
"0C32F" Competition Winner - The Forks, Winnipeg 2015.
"Dalseong Gymnasium" - Exhibit 2014 Daegu, South Korea.
"The Medium is the Message" - Exhibit 2014 - Museum Of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto.
"Daegu Public Library" - Exhibit 2012 Daegu, South Korea.
"Urban Block" - Exhibit 2011 - "Frontiers Of Architecture: Living", Denmark.
"New Harmony House" - Exhibit 2011 - New Harmony, Indiana.