Articles & Press
Andrew has written extensively for the Orthodox Arts Journal, a prominent online publication which he founded in 2012. Read his articles here.
See also Andrew's seminal essay from 2007: On Earth as it is in Heaven: Form and Meaning in Orthodox Architecture
Published in 2019, Witold Rybczynski’s book Charleston Fancy; Little Houses and Big Dreams in the Holy City, tells the story of Andrew Gould and his colleagues, and the unusual buildings they’ve built in Charleston. It is sold in bookstores nationwide, and can be ordered from the Yale University Press or Amazon.
In 2015 and 2016, Andrew was extensively featured in two issues of Road to Emmaus Journal. These book-length interviews and essays comprehensively cover Andrew’s philosophy of Orthodox liturgical design. Reprints of these issues can be ordered from Amazon here and here.
Susan Sully's 2022 book The Allure of Charleston, Houses, Rooms, and Gardens, features a chapter and photographs of Andrew's house at 21 Catfiddle Street, pictured alongside famous historic mansions.
In 2020, Andrew was featured in The Pennsylvania Gazette. The article, American Byzantine, includes an interview about Andrew's design work for Orthodox churches, and a lengthy biographical excerpt from Charleston Fancy.
Andrew has occasionally written opinion pieces for newspapers. These are two essays promoting traditional architecture in the context of the ongoing 'battle of the styles' among Charleston architects and preservationists:
Design Trends, published in the Post and Courier in 2015, and Seeing Charleston as a Work of Art, published in the Charleston City Paper in 2019.