Andreas Veauthier studied at the Technical University in Berlin and UP6 in Paris. Following his diploma in 1994, he spent the first four years of his career working for Sauerbruch Hutton and Anderhalten Architekten in Berlin.
In 1998 he founded his own office. From 1998 to 2001 he worked as the contact architect on the construction of the pavilion jointly designed by Edouardo Souto de Moura and Alvaro Siza for the Expo 2000 in Hannover.
In 2001 Andreas Veauthier won the invited competition for a master-plan for the university campus in Saarbrucken, alongside the offices of Machleidt, Thomanek and GRI. For two years the team worked intensively together on the master-plan showing the university’s development potential through to 2020. Since this years the office gets specialized in educational buildings.
In 2007 Andreas Veauthier and Nils Meyer won a competition for the extension of the Jugendstil public swimming pool complex in Gotha. Their partnership, Veauthier Meyer Architects, took the project from the start in 2008 through to its completion in 2014. With the start of the project in Gotha 2008, the Office drew up the specialization in pool construction and in the renovation of swimming pools.
2010, the first residential project of the offices, the new building for the Co-housing Community Metropolis followed next to the park at Gleisdreieck in Berlin. More housing projects started.
From 2005-2010, and in parallel with the work of his office, Andreas Veauthier taught at the TU Berlin as part of the Master's program in the Masterprogram Real Estate. In 2016 he is starting a lecturship at Beuth University of Applied Science in Berlin, 2017 at the RheinMain University of of Applied Science in Wiesbaden. Alongside his practising work Andreas Veauthier has also given numerous lectures, been a regularly invited guest critic and jury-member.