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Chartered architect with expertise in the design of commercial, private and public buildings. Specialist subject areas include Architectural Conservation, technologies of architecture and construction.
Bsc (Hons) Architectural Studies (Wales)
Bachelor of Architecture (Wales)
MA Architectural Conservation (Bristol)
Anthony is a chartered architect with over thirty years of professional and academic experience in the subject of architecture and architectural technology. After graduating with a BSc in Architectural Studies from the Welsh School of Architecture, then University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology, in 1982 he completed a Bachelor of Architecture in 1984, and became a registered architect in 1985. Between 1987and 1992 he was an Associate of a private architectural practice in Newport, South Wales and an active member of the Royal Institute of British Architects through committee membership of the South East Wales Branch, acting as Chair and Vice Chair between 1988 -94.
Principal completed design projects include commercial projects such as: QED Centre,Treforest; WDA regional offices, Pentrebach; Medi Centre, University Hospital Wales, Cardiff; Aeronautical Training Facility (ATF), Nantgarw. In the retail sector projects include: Karen Millen Ltd, Covent Garden, Simpsons of Picadilly, Windsor Royal Station redevelopment.
Anthony entered higher education in 1993 lecturing at the University of Glamorgan and developed a particular interest in the refurbishment and conservation of historic buildings. In 1997 he returned to architectural practice but maintained an involvement in higher education through part-time lecturing at the Welsh School of Architecture.
Anthony was appointed to Cardiff Metropolitan University (UWIC) in 2000 as Programme Director of Construction Studies and led the validation of a new degree in Architectural Design and Technology and subsequent accreditation by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists.
Anthony is a full member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (MCIAT) and is also a member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC).
Researching teaching practice and methodologies for studio delivery in architectural technology with particular interest in teaching students how to detail a building design.
Principal Publications and/or Exhibitions
2011 LITTLEWOOD, J. R. TAYLOR. T. GOODHEW. S. EVANS. N. I. COUNSELL. J. A. M. WHYMAN. A. WILGEROTH. P. Development of a thermography protocol for the in-construction testing of the thermal performance of low carbon dwellings. Paper presented as a poster and published in the proceedings of the Chartered Institute of Building Services
2009 WHYMAN, A.M. ‘The impact of visitor centres on sites of historic and cultural value’, WIRAD 1st National Symposium for Emerging Art & Design Researchers
2009 COUNSELL, J. WHYMAN, A.M., EVANS, N.I. “Web-mediated Student Peer Group Assessment of Building Information Modelling Performance” in proceedings of BuiltViz 2009, Barcelona, published by the IEEE Computer Society, California, July 2009. Lead Author Counsell
2009 Presentation of paper to Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists conference ‘Teaching architectural detailing in the studio’
2006 EVANS, N.I. & WHYMAN A.M. ‘The Legacy of the Schroeder House’ Published conference paper, 2nd PED/PDR Design Symposium
Enterprise Projects and/or Industrial links
Short KTP (supervisor) with Littlewood, J with Morganstone Building Contractors (in collaboration with CHG) InnovateUK/Welsh Government £50K, 2015;