- Bachelor of Architecture, University of Detroit
Tom Anglewicz is an architect with 43 years of professional experience that includes architectural practice, teaching and real estate development.
A native of Detroit, Mr. Anglewicz received a professional degree in architecture from the University of Detroit in 1967. He spent the early part of his career as a project designer, later taking on the responsibilities of overall project management. He has managed regional offices for national architectural firms in Dallas, Texas and San Diego, California, where he oversaw the design of commercial and institutional projects, including large-scale mixed-use urban developments.
Mr. Anglewicz spent his final 22 years of practice in San Diego, during which time he served on a professional advisory committee to the NewSchool of Architecture. When the school was acquired by Laureate Education, he was asked to serve on its Board of Directors and has done so for nine years. He was honored as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 2006.
Upon retirement from active practice in 2010, Mr. Anglewicz relocated to Boulder, Colorado, where he lives in the foothills of the Rockies. He now spends considerable time with his primary avocation, the study and practice of the ancient art of bonsai.
- Master of Architecture, NewSchool of Architecture & Design
- Fellow of the American Institute of Architects
- American Institute of Architects (emeritus)
- Urban Land Institute
- American Library Association