Vincent Pope

Vincent Pope

Anthony Vincent Pope, AIA, NOMA is the firm’s Design Principal and is responsible for every aspect of the firm’s design and management process. Tony was born in Washington, D.C. in 1957. Received a Bachelor of Architecture degree in 1980 from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1981. His career path includes apprenticeships with the Leo A. Daly Company in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Atlanta Offices, Stinson Cappeli, Washington D.C., and Arthur Cotton Moore Associates, Washington, D.C. In 1988, Tony was promoted to Associate Principal with Nix Mann and Associates, Atlanta, Georgia and later became President and CEO of Goode Pope Architects, Atlanta, Georgia before developing his sole practice. Known throughout the community as a hands-on practitioner, Tony’s work combines appropriateness and inventiveness in compelling ways. He provides a unique response and vision to each project with no suggestion to style or look. Tony’s 29 years of experience is comprised of a body of work that is stunning in its execution and remarkable in its range – houses, stadiums, academic facilities, healthcare, interiors and adaptive reuse. Tony is currently leading a design team developing the new Student Center for Albany State University and Worship Sanctuary’s for New Mercies Christian Church and Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church.

With offices in Atlanta, Georgia and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Tony has transformed what was once a sole-practice into a vibrant studio with projects throughout the southeast.

Professional Qualifications: Licensed in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, Washington, D.C., Virginia, San Juan, Puerto Rico NCARB Certified, USGBC, NOMA