Anthony Flannery

Anthony is a UK Registered Architect, Urban Designer, Strategic Planner and Transformation Designer practicing principally in New Zealand and is the Founding Director of re-Imagine Ltd. Over the last twenty-five years, Anthony has been involved in a wide range of architecture, urban design, urban regeneration and strategic planning projects throughout New Zealand and the United Kingdom – his projects receiving over thirty regional, national and international awards and commendations. Anthony holds a number of regional and national advisory positions and has taught architecture and urban design in the UK universities of Manchester and Liverpool. Anthony currently maintains a role as a visiting lecturer and design tutor at the Unitec School of Architecture in New Zealand. He is a regular presenter at national and international conferences, sharing conference platforms with leading specialists in Europe, Australasia, Asia and the USA.

Director re-Imagine Ltd, NZ – 2012 (current)
Managing Director Chow:Hill Architects, NZ (2005 - 2012)
Director Chow:Hill Architects, NZ (1999 - 2005)
Managing Associate Brock Carmichael, UK (1989 - 1999)

Chairman Hamilton Urban Design Panel (2006 - current)
Leader Hamilton CityScope (City Design Strategy) (2004 - current)
Chairman Liverpool Urban Design Advisory Panel (1996 - 1999)
Chairman Liverpool Urban Design Forum (1994 - 1999)
Urban Design Adviser Housing New Zealand Asset & Investment Committee (2012 - current)
Strategic Design Director ACRC-i (Aged Care Resource Centre - international) (2012 - current)
Visiting Lecturer & Tutor Unitec Architecture School (1999 - current)
Visiting Lecturer & Tutor Liverpool University (1989 - 1999)
Visiting Lecturer & Tutor John Moore’s University (1995 - 1999)



Why do I get out of bed in the morning? To spend the day working with great people to find inspired, creative and practical solutions to the world’s increasingly complex and ambiguous problems.