Andre Herrero '12 AR
Andre Herrero, AIA received his architectural training at the Rhode Island School of Design. He worked for David Chipperfield Architects, SANAA and SO–IL before starting his own firm with Adam Charlap Hyman. In his role as a principal of Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Andre opened the firm’s Los Angeles office to expand its capabilities bi-coastally, his experience in the field has enabled CHH to take on large scale projects with a flexible and creative approach. Andre ranks among Forbes Magazine's "30 Under 30" in their arts and design category.
Charlap Hyman & Herrero is a Los Angeles / New York-based architecture and design firm that takes a fully integrated approach to conceptualizing and executing spaces in their totality. Principals Adam Charlap Hyman and Andre Herrero, AIA, whose backgrounds are in interior design and architecture, lead a practice that considers all aspects of the built environment, from site plan to furniture. Working in various typologies – including buildings, set designs, stores and houses – CHH endeavors to consider divergent art forms and the experiences of multiple senses. They aim to create spaces that become worlds unto themselves, with gesamtkunstwerk at the core of the firm’s objective.
CHH's principals have been featured in Forbes Magazine's "30 Under 30" in its 2018 category for arts and style, and the firm ranks among PIN-UP Magazine's "Power Generation," Architectural Digest’s “Architects and Artists You Need to Know Now,” and Sight Unseen's "American Design Hot List." CHH was selected to participate in the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial and won the annual competition hosted by the Miami Design District to design innovative holiday decorations for the neighborhood. In 2018, CHH launched a line of fabrics, rugs and wallpapers with the furnishings company F. Schumacher & Co.