Anthony Grieveson Anthony is a London based architectural assistant, artist and furniture designer. Having studied Architecture at the University of Liverpool and Hochschule Anhalt, Germany (home to the Bauhaus), he now works at Ian Ritchie Architects, a research and design-led practice in East London.

His works are influenced by his travels, along with work in professional practice, often featuring representations and abstractions of places (and architecture) which have featured prominently in his life.

Professionally, he is currently working on a number of projects, both in London and internationally, ranging from the £5m refurbishment of Sussex House, Covent Garden to the €50m transformation of Farsons Brewery, Malta. Prior to this he has worked on projects including The Shard, London and the regeneration of Folkestone’s creative quarter, a mixed use development of artist studios, retail and residential units. His experience has involved projects working with Historic England (English Heritage) and within conservation areas, as well as listed buildings.

Anthony is a member of, and exhibits regularly with, the non-profit arts organisation ArtCan.

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Current Exhibitions:

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Shortlisted: 

  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, 2018
  • Beckenham Green Canopy, Architectural Competition, London Borough of Bromley, 2018
  • Monument to Brexit, Architectural Competition, Paris School of Architecture, 2018

Selected exhibitions: