Andrew Baccon co-founded Tietz-Baccon — an office for design and digital fabrication based in New York City — in 2007. Charged with bringing non-standard designs to life, Andrew and the Tietz-Baccon team incorporate a deep digital expertise into projects at every scale. Focused on integrating traditional craftsmanship with computational geometry, material research, and 21st-century machines, Andrew and his firm are situated at the front line of a new domestic manufacturing landscape. With Erik Tietz, Andrew is in the process of launching MACHINEMADE, a cloud-based digital fabrication service that will introduce a wider audience to the CNC technologies which are the foundation of the bespoke offerings Tietz-Baccon currently provides to its clientele of architects, designers, and artists.
Andrew received a Master in Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design. He graduated cum laude with a BS in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University. Andrew’s previous professional experience spans all the way from investment banking to architectural design offices.