Andrew Clancy was educated in UCD, graduating in 2001. He established Clancy Moore architects with Colm Moore in 2008. The practice is concerned with developing its architecture from an in depth conversation with the people, sites and materials they work with. The completed buildings have been recognised with domestic and international awards, winning the Downes Medal in 2012, the Kevin Kieran Award for practice based research in 2013, and the BD Young Architect of the Year Award in 2018. They are working on a wide range of projects at present, including a major infrastructural scheme, cultural spaces and residential works.
Andrew was Velux Visiting Professor to Aarhus School of Architecture in 2016. He completed his PhD by practice with RMIT in 2017, and is Professor of Architecture at the Kingston School of Art.