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Andrew Wade

Junior Fellow, Spring and Summer 2015

Andrew is a graduate student in real estate and the built environment at Harvard University. He hopes to apply his knowledge of capital markets, finance, investment, and design to implement urban development projects that further equity and sustainability. The purpose of his work is to allow buildings and infrastructure to create value through their functionality and holistic integration with the natural environment. He has written and researched extensively on these topics, including on Polis – a collective blog about cities worldwide – and on Doggerel – the online magazine of Arup in the Americas.

He holds a Master of Science in Development Planning from University College London and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from McGill University.

 

Research Focus: 
Living Buildings
Walkable Cities
Building with Wood
Specialties: architectural design, building efficiency
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