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A fifth-generation Mississippian, Andrew Liles, AIA, LEED AP BD+C owns his own practice in New Orleans, Louisiana and is an adjunct lecturer at the School of Architecture of Tulane University. Liles’ education includes a Bachelor of Architecture from Mississippi State University, and a Master of Architecture from Tulane University. Liles focuses practice in the southeast with projects ranging from large commercial to custom residential work.  Liles infuses each project with regional relevance and a high degree of creativity.

A LEED [Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design] Accredited Professional, he is a founding member of the Mississippi Chapter of the US Green Building Council and served on both the Executive Board and the Board of Directors. Now in Louisiana, Liles is on the Board of the Louisiana Chapter and represents the state at the South Central Regional Council of the USGBC.  Liles has been a project architect for both award winning and sustainable architecture.

Liles’ design prowess and technical expertise provide the opportunity to teach consistently at the School of Architecture.  He has taught design studio at all core levels [first, second, and third year], and has coordinated the studio at the second year level.  He has taught core lecture courses in technology, and a course in sustainability to the Master of Sustainable Real Estate Development candidates.


is a firm that focuses on custom commercial and residential projects.  Based in New Orleans, Louisiana, AMLllc infuses each project with regional relevance and a high degree of creativity.

Where possible, AMLllc injects each project with an intent of sustainability.  This term is interpreted broadly and manifests itself from reuse of existing materials to simply harvesting daylight.  AMLllc makes sustainability far from intimidating, and strives to prove that the client’s desired result can look the same sustainable as is would if not.