Andrea Steele, AIA, is a partner at TEN Arquitectos and oversees the New York office. Steele is in charge of the firm’s US projects, with a particular focus on institutional, cultural, and community oriented projects. Steele received her Masters in Architecture from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and has taught several architecture studios, most recently at Cornell University. She has participated in awards and academic juries around the world and has lectured on TEN’s work throughout the US.

Her current TEN Arquitectos projects include a new innovative hub for NASA, part of the GSA Design Excellence Program, to be located on the Glenn Research campus in Cleveland, Ohio; a new mixed use residential waterfront development in East Harlem, New York; a new cultural heart for Downtown Brooklyn including Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn Public Library, MoCADA and 651 Arts; a new community center in Queens for Make the Road New York; and the recently completed new 53rd Street branch library for the New York Public Library across from the Museum of Modern Art.