No Architecture is an internationally award-winning practice based in New York City dedicated to the radical exploration of nature, ecology, and urbanism through innovative architecture. The office's expertise is in new forms of organization in architecture and urbanism: from programmatic differentiation at the scale of a room, to new ways of living convivially and resiliently at the scale of a city. Andrew Heid is the founding principal of No Architecture. In 2011, PIN-UP magazine featured Andrew as one of the ten up-and-coming architects in New York City. Currently, he an adjunct assistant professor at the New York Institute of Technology's School of Architecture and at the GSAPP at Columbia University, and has been an invited juror at Harvard, The Cooper Union, Columbia University, The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, NJIT, Pratt, Parsons, Temple, and UCLA.