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As an architect striving for innovation and vision, Andrew Bromberg has led the design on numerous award-winning projects throughout the world. Andrew Bromberg has over 15 years of professional experience in Architecture, with the last six of them being in Hong Kong. Andrew is lead designer for Aedas in the Middle East and Asia, recognized for his ability to conceptualize and realize complex designs within a wide range of project types. Since joining the company in 2002, Andrew has led many high-profile projects and competitions. Recently this includes Sino / Wharf consortium?s bid for the West Kowloon Cultural District in which he led the design and an internationally recognized team to this highly publicized scheme. The proposal is for a HK$40 billion development, which is the single largest urban centre development in history, and includes 2.5 million sf of cultural facilities. The scheme has received several design awards including a ?Masterplanning Community? commendation from Architectural Review at MIPIM 2006. In the Middle East, Andrew has reaped enormous results for Aedas. He started to venture into the Middle Eastern market in 2004 and in no time won the First Prize upon an international design competition for DAMAC Properties? Headquarters Building in Dubai Media City. In the same year, he received two design commendations at Cityscape in Dubai for West Kowloon Cultural District and Guangzhou Luo Xi Residential Development. His successes have led Aedas to set up in Dubai in early 2005. With a solid base in the region and with a reputation for cutting edge designs, Andrew has been successful in numerous international design competitions. In 2005, he won the First Prize in an international design competition for DAMAC?s Ocean Heights One Residential Development in Dubai Marina, which later received the Bentley International Award 2005 for ?Best Architectural Design?. Following this, he also won the First Prize for another residential development for DAMAC, Ocean Heights Two also in Dubai Marina. This 460 m (106 storeys) building will possibly be the tallest residential tower in the U.A.E. His adventurous designs have caught the imagination of many other prestigious developers including Emaar Properties for Emaar Towers in Dubai, Capital Investment for Dancing Towers in Abu Dhabi and U-BORA Tower in Dubai for Bando, a South Korean developer. Recently he has designed Dubai TV?s new 300,000 sm station and mixed-use development. Andrew has already completed concept designs for these projects and is currently implementing these design schemes with expected construction completion between 2007 ? 2009. In a short two year, Andrew has provided designs for a total of over 1.8 million sqm of projects in the Middle East. His design reputation has also spread to China and India with his current commissions being North Star Mixed-use Development in Beijing and Summer?s Builder?s Atlas Mills Mixed-use Development in Mumbai.