Andrew Hartness is an adjunct faculty member in Landscape Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design, where he teaches courses in 3D platforms and hybrid representation. He is principal at HartnessVision, a design studio infusing architecture, urban design, 3D modeling / animation and identity communication. Having worked in various roles on a wide range of design projects, his experience in project representation integrates a deeper discourse in project development and communication.
Following architectural studies in Paris, Andrew worked at Ateliers Jean Nouvel, leading initiatives in 3D development and real time design. He created a virtual archive visualization platform for AJN, and later established an internal 3D department.
Current academic research includes data visualization, and culture/climate-specific modular design. Andrew holds an MAUD post-professional degree from The Harvard Graduate School of Design. He holds a DESA with distinction from the Ecole Spécial d'Architecture in Paris, and a BA in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He is a licensed architect in France.
- BA, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
- MAUD, Harvard University
- DESA, Ecole Speciale D'Architecture
ADVANCED DESIGN STUDIO ELECTIVE
TOPICS IN REPRESENTATION II