New York, NY
Anthony is an architect and the founder of RAFT - a progressive, 21st Century practice that focuses on the holistic integration of the art in architecture, value-driven analytics and use of advanced technologies, influenced by a 25-year body of work. Anthony's experience spans markets and geographies, and includes public safety, transportation, museum, commercial office, hospitality, educational, wellness and residential architecture ranging from the 100,000sf renovation of the National Museum of American History to the 2,500,000sf headquarters for the United States Census Bureau. Anthony's design leadership has led to extensive recognition with over 35 design awards across three continents - 13 of them won within the last 4 years - and have been exhibited internationally, including at the Venice Biennale and the National Building Museum. Recent highlights include the 2014 eVolo Skyscraper Competition; the 2012 Un-built Education Category at the WAN Awards; a 2012 NYC Chapter AIA Award; 2012 and 2011 National SARA Awards; a feature in Newsweek Magazine proposing a more sustainable model for New Orleans; and capturing the Education Category at the 2010 World Architecture Festival. He has designed over 100 buildings in 18 countries.