Research and Teaching Interests:
Design, Drawing, Technology, smaller urban conditions, ephemeral architecture
A native Mississippian, Andrew Liles, AIA LEED AP is an adjunct lecturer at the Tulane School of Architecture. He is also an owner of his own practice in New Orleans. Professor Liles’ education includes a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University, and a Master of Architecture from Tulane University. Professor Liles focuses practice in the southeast with projects ranging from large commercial to regional residential work.
A LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional, he helped found what became the Mississippi Chapter of the US Green Building Council. He serves on both the Executive Board and the Board of Directors. Professor Liles has been a project architect for both award winning and sustainable architecture, and now returns to New Orleans with his wife, Charlane, and their children, Amos and Owen.