BA(hons) Dip Arch RIBA
I studied at the University of Portsmouth where I obtained a first-class honours degree. After a year at the University of Cincinnati, I returned to Portsmouth to complete my Diploma which I passed with distinction.
From 1994 at Perkins Ogden Architects I was fortunate to work on a number of RIBA award winning projects including Hackney Community College and Sparsholt College Library. I left in 1998 to set up Munden Robinson Architects with Mark Robinson specialising in residential and small commercial projects.
At the same time, I established Anthony Munden Architect, AMA designing small-scale residential projects in and around the Hampshire area. Projects include new build private houses and alterations and extensions to existing houses.
Whilst most of my time is spent at AMA, I work part time with Mark Robinson doing larger scale residential projects.
My solutions are design-led, working closely with clients from inception to completion. Clients are encouraged to get involved and take ownership of the project. I hope to add value with inspired concepts that are creative, simple and pragmatic.