Chadwick International , Owner
Andrew Chadwick trained at Cambridge under Sir Leslie Martin and Peter Eisenman, and is a pioneer of the digital era in architecture. He was an early adopter of computer-aided design, which led to an abiding interest in the management and measurement of shapes in space. Significantly, in 1982 he won a competition promoted by Philips of Eindhoven and judged by Norman Foster for the design of the office of the future Year 2000. Chadwick’s solution was the ‘Office in the Briefcase’, which predicted the advent of the laptop and led to a series of seminal projects for Andersen Consulting and others, in which time and space enabled by technology became as one – the ‘space–time office’.