Anthony Arnone

Anthony Arnone

New York, NY, US



My name is Anthony Arnone an Architecture Studies student at Philadelphia University with a concentration in Historic Preservation, graduating in May 2015. As a student I am inspired by the historic precedents that have set the foundation for modern design. This portfolio and selected works represent a collection displaying my skills in design, documentation, and adaptive reuse that I have completed over the past four years enrolled at Philadelphia University's College of Architecture and the Built Environment.


Christophe Pourny LLC., New York, NY, US, Furniture and Interior Restorer

As of summer 2013, was given the opportunity to work for Christophe Pourney LLC. as a member of his interior restoration crew. I participated in a 3 month project restoring the main lobby of 834 5th Ave. The following summer of 2014, was offered a full time summer position in the Brooklyn studio where I participated in a 3 month interior design project. My role was to finish prefabricated panels in straw marquetry to be installed in a private residence in Bratislava, Slovakia.

Jun 2013 - Aug 2014

Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust, Philadelphia, PA, US, Restorer/Intern

Under the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust, student interns from surrounding Philadelphia colleges and myself, worked as a team restoring a 19th Century High Victorian known as the "Thomas Mansion." As interns we experience proper restoration techniques used on interiors, without damaging or hindering the history. At the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust was responsible for daily on site or off site restoration projects. Daily tasks included the restoration of historic interiors, historic window glazing, painting of cultural sites, and miscellaneous restoration projects for the Fairmount Park properties.

Jan 2012 - Dec 2013


Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture Studies-Historic Preservation

Philadelphia University’s Historic Preservation program focuses upon the relationship between rehabilitation of historic buildings and sustainability. Students learn to determine historic significance of structures, viewed not as disembodied artifacts but as possibilities for adaptive reuse and retrofitting, as models of energy efficiency, and as part of the cultural fabric of a community. From streets and neighborhoods to entire cities, both locally and internationally, historic preservation is an innovative practice that is essential to the development of environmentally, economically, and socially sustainable urban spaces.

Aug 2011 - current

University of Arkansas Rome Center, Rome, IT, Study Abroad

Jan 2014 - May 2014

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