Andrew Cruse is an assistant professor of architecture at Ohio State University, and a registered architect. His academic work focuses on the evolution of human comfort and its impact on architectural design and energy use. He was recently a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Technology Sydney, in Australia. His project, Indoor Climate Change, examined the spatial and temporal aspects of mixed-mode buildings throughout the country. He has presented his work in many academic settings including most recently the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, the International Congress of Construction History, and the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. His design practice, Good Form Studio, recently completed a project for Novartis Pharma in Basel, Switzerland that merges architectural and landscape design strategies.
Prior to joining the faculty at Ohio State, Cruse taught at Washington University in St. Louis. From 2000-2010 he was an Associate at Machado and Silvetti in Boston. There he was project manager for a number of cultural and institutional projects including the Center for Academic and Spiritual Life at New York University, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum in Massachusetts, and Citadel Square in Beirut, Lebanon
Cruse is a member of the American Institute of Architects, National Council of Architecture Registration Boards, and a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional. He has a BA in Art History from Columbia University and an M.Arch from Rice University.