Anthony Grumbine

Anthony is an Architect and Principal of Harrison Design’s Santa Barbara office, one of eight offices worldwide specializing in high-quality architecture in a range of styles. He received his bachelor’s degrees from Carlton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, in both Architectural Studies and Art History, and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Notre Dame. In addition to being an architect, Anthony teaches drawing and architecture history at Santa Barbara City College and he is a “scholar” of George Washington Smith. Anthony serves on the city of Santa Barbara’s Historic Landmarks Commission as Vice Chair and Architectural Historian, and is Second Vice President of the Board for the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation. He is active in a range of programs that promote the understanding and appreciation of architecture, including Coalition for Sustainable Transportation walking tours. Anthony has generously provided pro bono services over the last two years to modify Lotusland’s Visitor Center and guest entry, working closely with Gwen Stauffer and Geoff Crane. He is our newest Trustee and a recent donor.


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