Andrew Barringer

Designer

Andrew Barringer earned a Master of Landscape Architecture from the Ohio State University Knowlton School of Architecture and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Science and Technology Studies from Ohio State University. While completing his graduate degree, Andrew received a travel grant from the Columbus Foundation to research WWI cemeteries and memorials in England and France, and was the editor of Test Plots, a new student publication. As a designer at Reed Hilderbrand’s New Haven office, he has worked on a landscape framework plan for Williams College, institutional commissions including Dumbarton Oaks Museum, and private residences in Ohio and New Hampshire. Andrew was previously a freelance designer in Columbus Ohio where he worked with Good Form Studio and WANTED Landscape. He received the Master of Landscape Architecture Honor Award from the Ohio Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architecture and was the University Olmsted Scholar of his graduating class.