Professor and Associate Dean
Design, Architecture, and Building
University of Technology Sydney
Wednesday, February 6th - Thursday, February 7th
Public Presentation: 2/6, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
1300 Architecture & Design Studios (ADS)
845 West Harrison Street
Anthony Burke is a Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean for International and Engagement in the Faculty of Design Architecture and Building at the University of Technology Sydney. A graduate of Columbia University, Anthony holds visiting professor positions at the Beijing Institute of Technology and Institute of Teknolgi Bandung. Anthony is recognized internationally for his work in architectural design, curation and commentary, specializing in contemporary theory at the intersection of technology, emerging architecture and urbanism, and creative practice.
In 2012 he was co-creative director for the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, and was invited to curate the architecture and design symposium for the 40th Anniversary celebrations of the Sydney Opera House. He has presented at TEDx and is a regular keynote presenter in international academic and industry contexts. He has published 3 edited books and many articles, commissioned research reports and commentary on a range of contemporary architectural topics (from Log to AR), and curated numerous exhibitions and symposia, while exhibiting his own work in international venues including Florence, Beijing, San Francisco and Sydney.
An assistant professor at UC Berkeley from 2002 working with Intel and the Berkeley Art Museum, Anthony returned to Sydney in 2007 and took up the position of Head of School of the Architecture program at UTS from 2010-2017. Chair of the of the board of the Australian Design Centre (ADC) from 2013-2016, Anthony energetically serves on a range of industry, academic advisory and design excellence review committees across architecture and the creative industries in Australia and internationally.