Andy Rowell is a Designer in Asakura Robinson’s Houston studio who believes that architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design have the power to shape a unique and holistic user experience. As a landscape designer with an educational background in architecture, he is fascinated by the relationship between buildings and their larger urban context in shaping the public realm. He has contributed to a range of civic, institutional, and mixed-use projects including the Jones Plaza renovation, UH Transportation improvements, as well as several environmental features plans for detention basins in Harris County.
At the firm, Andy looks forward to constantly expanding his knowledge and experience in the realm of landscape architecture and urban design, while continuing and adding to the firm’s reputation of conscientious design and community impact. Andy received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture at Texas A&M before completing the Master of Architecture program at the University of Houston. When not working, he enjoys cooking, taking in baseball games, and all things Star Wars.
If you could work on a project anywhere in the world where would it be?
How do you have fun at work?
“Always say the funniest thing.” Mary Oberg
What project are you most proud of?
University of Houston Transportation Improvements