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Anthony Ames is best known for Hulse House in Ansley Park (1984), and his local public commissions include the Orientation Center for the Atlanta Botanical Garden (1984) and the Fulton County Library in Alpharetta (1986). Ames has maintained a small private architectural practice since 1974. A graduate of both the Georgia Institute of Technology and Harvard University, he was awarded the Rome Prize in Architecture in 1983, and has taught at eleven colleges and universities. His work has been widely published and recognized through numerous honors, including the Architectural Record House Award for Hulse Pavilion in 1978 and the Progressive Architecture Design Citation for Garden Pavilion in 1982. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and of the American Academy in Rome.