With his undeniable talent, Andrew King stimulates creative thinking and new design models at Lemay.
A fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Andrew King is recognized as a first-class leader in Canadian design practice and education. He has led multiple interdisciplinary teams and taken charge of pan-Canadian training initiatives involving architecture, art, exhibits, film and theatre. Andrew spent the first decade of his career in Europe, working in Seville, Budapest, Berlin and London, where he completed a mentorship program with Zaha Hadid, as well as in Berlin, where he lived for eight years.
Andrew has been published in international art and architecture journals and been rewarded with several design awards: the Prix de Rome (2003), the Canadian Architect Award of Excellence (three times, in 2000, 2010 and 2017) and two American Institute of Architecture Progressive Architecture Awards of Excellence (2012). He was also named one of Canada’s design leaders by the Globe and Mail in 2003. With his undeniable talent, Andrew stimulates creative thinking and new design models at Lemay as he augments the firm’s visibility from coast to coast, working on large-scale projects such as Place des Montréalaises, Humaniti, Espace 67 and St. Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal.