Andy Lockyer, currently a practicing architect at Hallion Design, was raised in New Zealand and graduated with a Masters of Architecture with First Class Honors from the University of Auckland. Lockyer’s research seeks to apply the logic and mathematical principles of biological systems within the design of architectural space. Lockyer’s work at Hallion Design, a boutique multinational office specializing in commercial
architecture, explores the intersection of human and environmental systems in projects ranging from objects to masterplans. Lockyer is currently focusing on how to apply his research to the development of architecture and spaces that are sympathetic to the human condition.
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