Anthony studied at the Cambridge School of Architecture. He joined Dixon Jones as a senior architect in 2006. He was made Associate Director in 2018.
Anthony has a wealth of experience in a variety of major project types at home and abroad, and of running a practice serving the needs of high level clients. Whilst at Dixon Jones he has demonstrated a particular capacity for leading large and complex projects, often involving listed buildings.
Anthony is currently project leader for 55-91 Knightsbridge, a £100m mixed-use development of a series of listed buildings comprising retail, offices and high end residential space on a prominent site.
Anthony was project architect for Quadrant 3, a rebuilding of the Regents Palace Hotel in the heart of Piccadilly for The Crown Estate (with Stanhope). Completed in 2011(well below budget and ahead of schedule), this £160m project consisted of sensitive listed building renovation as well as the creation of over 260,000sqft of retail, office and residential accommodation, and including the rearrangement and restoration of the magnificent Art Deco restaurants. The project has won numerous awards including an RIBA Award 2012, Estates Gazette Sustainability Project of the year 2011 and Building magazine UK Project of the year 2012 and is considered a ‘benchmark’ for projects of this kind. In 2015 he successfully completed the £5M Marlborough Interim School project in Chelsea, the conversion of a 30’s warehouse, as a primary school for John Lewis / RBKC.
Anthony is currently Project Architect for the Olympic Way, Wembley project.