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Senior Associate

Anthony Apolloni


Bachelor of Architecture (Hons.),
University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Planning and Design,
University of Melbourne

Associate Diploma in Architectural Technology,


Anthony Apolloni is an architect with 30 years of experience across residential, education, health and public projects. He has worked in senior project roles from preliminary design to handover.

His portfolio reflects his diversity as an architect, spanning significant upgrades at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, reconstruction of the Intensive Care Unit at The Alfred Hospital, both multi-level luxury and student residential developments, and the design and creation of a new public park. More recently, he led design teams for several private school projects, including the recently completed Clendon Centre at Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak.

Anthony is collaborative in his approach to design, developing strong and ongoing relationships with clients, consultants and colleagues that lead to successful design outcomes. He values mentoring young and emerging architects, particularly in the areas of technical delivery and the various forms of building procurement.