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Anthony Burke

Anthony Burke and TERROIR first met with Anthony's invitation to TERROIR to participate in an exhibition of Australian architects in San Francisco.

Anthony has since become Head of School at the School of Architecture, University of Technology, Sydney and is a Director of

A graduate of the Advanced Architecture Design Masters at Columbia University (2000) and the University of New South Wales (1996), Anthony has lectured and taught extensively in Australia and internationally, returning to Sydney in 2007 after 5 years as an Assistant Professor in Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley.

Anthony’s work has appeared in numerous journals, and has been exhibited internationally including the Stazione Leopolda Florence, the SFMoMA, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, SFAIA and Seattle AIA. In October 2004, he co-convened the international symposia “Distributed Form: Network Practice” at UCB, with Therese Tierney and they co-edited the publication “Network practices: New strategies in architecture and design” by Princeton Architectural press released in 2007. Anthony is a regularly contributor to architectural media including Architecture Review, and Architecture Australia, and has published in numerous international forums including AD Collective Intelligence.