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Anthony constantly redefines sustainable design by uncovering transformational patterns in the built environment that generate new design approaches that are responsive and responsible.

An award winning architect, writer, public speaker and member of the USGBC college of Fellows whose passions around high performance building design and its potential impact on the built environment drive him to continually research and uncover how design needs to evolve to respond to the overwhelming and often paralyzing impacts of a rapidly changing climate.

His work spans wide array of market expertise, and includes a primary focus on office buildings, education, civic and culture, mixed-use, sports, and media projects. As a co-author of Gensler’s Impact by Design publication, Anthony has the unique ability to navigate the impact of opportunities at a very broad scale while simultaneously working through the details that individual projects need as they contribute to the greater mission.

Anthony is currently on the board of directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Institute of Architects Committee On The Environment (AIA|LA|COTE) and also a contributing writer for Metropolis, Green Building & Design, and Building Design + Construction magazines with more than thirty published and re-published works.

Anthony creates opportunities through his work to solve more than just the project and problem at hand. He uses the work to create new frameworks that solve the problems of future projects and lead others toward a new design culture defined by climate positive solutions.

See his real-time availability and schedule time with him at Calendly.com/anthonybrower

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