We are dedicated to creating spirited design that is ecological, economical and good for the soul. Our work, which includes architecture, land conservation, and furniture design is inspired by using minimal resources and environmentally sensible materials in the service of a more graceful relationship with the earth.
Principal / Registered Architect
Anthony Anella is a conservationist. As principal of Anthony Anella Architecture, an award-winning architecture and planning practice, the professional accomplishment he is most proud of is the protection from development of 30,828 acres of the Montosa Ranch with a conservation easement. This project is profiled in SAVING THE RANCH: Conservation Easement Design in the American West, Island Press (2004), which he co-authored. In 2008, to diversify his architecture practice, he founded Tony Anella Design, a product design company inspired by using minimal resources and environmentally sensible materials.
Born and raised in Albuquerque, educated at Dartmouth College (Bachelor of Arts in History, 1979) and the University of Colorado (Master of Architecture, 1986), Anthony Anella served as a board member of the New Mexico Land Conservancy from 2004-2010, and currently serves as board secretary of the Aldo Leopold Foundation in Wisconsin (2009-2015).
Brian Panasiti, M.Arch, LEED AP
Mr. Panasiti is a digital artist. He combines his sense of visual composition with his technical talent to create stunning computer visualization. He contributes to all phases of design.
Mr. Panasiti graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from the University of New Mexico. His talent has been recognized with numerous awards including: Gold Medal for the Most Outstanding Graduating Master Student from the American Institute of Architects, the Braddly Kidder Scholarship for service to UNM School of Architecture , the prestigious Frontier New Mexico scholarship for excellence, and the National American Institute of Architects Graduate Studies Scholarship.