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Ethan Anthony is an American architect and academic. He attended the Boston Architectural College from 1972 – 1977. In 1980 he obtained his Bachelor's degree in Architecture from the University of Oregon. Anthony taught at Roger Williams College of Bristol, Rhode Island from 1984 - 1989 and at the Boston Architectural College from 1980 - 1985.

Work

Ethan Anthony has completed a wide range of churches, restorations and residential projects. In 1991 He joined HDB/Cram and Ferguson, an architectural firm which has designed traditional buildings for 120 years, being engaged in the general practice of architecture, historic preservation and interior design.

At present, Mr. Anthony is working on St. Thomas Aquinas College, a new Seminary to be built in Scottsville, Virginia. The complex is envisaged to be completed in 2014 and will eventually include a 450 seat church, Classroom buildings, a library on 700 acres. The new church design will be based on French Romanesque architecture. Under construction is an addition to the Chapel at the Casady School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and recently completed projects include an addition to the historic St. Andrew’s Church, Denver, Colorado, the St. John Neumann Catholic Church, a 927 seat church based on Romanesque design, and Syon Abbey a monastery in Virginia.

Ethan Anthony was recently awarded the Premio al Arciteto by the Macael Awards program in Almeria, Spain for his work in stone and has been responsible for a number of high-profile projects, including the restoration of the church at Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and the Cathedral-in-the-Woods Sudbury, Massachusetts, for which he received the IFRAA Award for Religious Art and Architecture.

Mr. Anthony speaks frequently including recent appearances at the Library Associates of the University Club of New York, Dominican and Rice Universities and numerous lectures at churches around the United States including the keynote lecture - 150th anniversary celebration, Calvary Church, Pittsburgh in 2005. He has published a number of articles in American and Australian journals and his book “The Architecture of Ralph Adams Cram and his Office” was published in 2007 by WW Norton, New York.

 

Further information

Ethan Anthony, Principal
Cram and Ferguson Architects
23 Bradford Street
Concord, Massachussetts 01742

Tel. +1 978 451 0900
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www.cramandferguson.com