Cabin A-36 was a First Class cabin located on the A Deck landing of the Aft Grand Staircase. Thomas Andrews, Titanic's designer, occupied it for the maiden voyage. The stateroom was fitted out in the Harland and Wolff bedroom B style, which is often referred to as the "Modern style". A-36 and A-37 were the only two staterooms on A-deck to be fitted out in a period style.
This cabin is missing from the wreck since it was torn away from the ship and taken by the aft tower. However, a new discovery occurred in August of 2021, in which the remains of his cabin were located on the stern. The discovery was marked by both Parks Stephenson and Bill Sauder. It must be noted, that the discovery is on the washroom only, while the rest of the cabin was destroyed as noted above.