Andrew Mead has been MTR’s Chief Architect since 2013. He is responsible for the architectural design of all new MTR stations, trains and transit facilities with a special focus in raising MTR’s transit design standards. In addition, he is in charge of the critically acclaimed Art in MTR programme, commissioning local and overseas artists to create site-specific artworks in stations. Prior to MTR, Mead worked for the Land Transport Authority of Singapore, where he was responsible for the design of stations on the North East Line, Circle Line, Downtown Line and the Thomson-East Coast line, including the award-winning Stadium and Bras Basah stations. During the course of his 30-year career in the transit sector, he has been responsible for the design of over 200 metro and light rail stations in London, Toronto, Singapore, Dubai and Hong Kong.