Anderson: Architect Resume
BOB ANDERSON, AIA
President, Little Rhino Studio, P.C.
P.O. Box 2257, Charlottesville Virginia 22902
Registered Architect in the Commonwealth of Virginia since 1976, # 3895
Clemson University, Clemson, SC (Architecture)
Brooklyn College, City University of New York, NY (Fine Art)
2008-09 President, McGuffey Art Center Council, Charlottesville, VA
2000-present Member, McGuffey Art Center (juried)
1980-present Member, American Institute of Architects
1989-91 Member, National AIA Committee on the Environment,
Subcommittee on Rainforest and Global Warming issues
1981-85 Chair, City of Falls Church Board of Architectural Review, VA
SELECTED AWARDS Architecture/Planning
2010-08 C-ville Weekly, Best Architect of the Year (3 consecutive years)
2008 The Charlottesville Design Center, People’s Choice Award,
City Market Development Competition, VA
2007 The City of Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review
Award for Historic Restoration, VA
2005 The Blue Ridge Homebuilders’ Association, Best New Home Exterior
& Best New Home Interior Awards for Indian Springs Residence, VA
1994 American Institute of Architects, Northern Virginia Chapter,
Young Architect’s Award for Riggs Bank, Alexandria Branch, VA
1993 American Institute of Architects, Northern Virginia Chapter,
Award for Excellence in Architecture for 1300 Connecticut Avenue,
1992 American Institute of Architects, Northern Virginia Chapter,
Award for Excellence in Architecture for King Street Garden
1991 The Northern Virginia Community Appearance Alliance Award
for Tysons 2000 Environmental Master Plan Proposal for Tyson’s
1990 The Northern Virginia Builders’ Association, Award for Excellence
in Design and Construction for Godwin Industrial, Phase I
1989 The Masonry Institute Award of Excellence for Godwin Industrial,
The National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, The Best
Office Building Under 75,000 SF for the National Home Economics
The Metropolitan Washington Art Directors Club, Best Corporate
1988 American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C. Chapter,
Merit Award for Outstanding Excellence in Architecture for
The Washington Design Center and Interiors Magazine Award
for Alexandria Achitect’s Office Design
1982 American Institute of Architects, Northern Virginia Chapter,
Award for Excellence in Architecture for 1915 Eye Street, DC
1981 Progressive Architecture National Design Citation for
1915 Eye Street, DC
1966 Southern Wood Industries Regional Student Architectural
Competition, Second Place
SELECTED AWARDS Art
2010 People’s Choice Award, Clock Design, Charlottesville
Down Town Mall, VA
1977 Best Drawing in Show, City of Roanoke, Virginia Annual Art Show
1968 First Place in Sculpture, Annual Student Art Show,
Clemson University, SC
Second Place in Painting, Annual Student Art Show,
Clemson University, SC
2007-8 City of Waynesboro Annual Book ‘Em Literacy Festival,
Waynesboro, VA (symposium panelist)
2004 A Rabbit, a Bee, and a Place Called Seeonee, Virginia Festival of
the Book, Charlottesville, VA (symposium panelist)
1980 Architectural Drawing, Smithsonian Museum of American Art,
Washington, DC (members’ educational program presenter)
Articles and Reviews
2008 Parsons, Laura. “Foreign Correspondence Travels with Bob and
Cindy.” The Hook, November 1, 2008.
2006 Parsons, Laura. “Horning In: How Bob Started Little Rhino.”
The Hook, March 30, 2006.
2003 Kiem, Elizabeth. “Rebel with a Pen.” The Hook, April 3, 2003.
2000 Hitchcock, Susan Tyler. “Up Close: Anderson’s Monkey.”
C-ville Weekly, February 15, 2000.
1990 Mays, Vernon. “The Life of Pink.” Inform, September 1990.
1981 Davis, Douglas. “Restoration of Things Past.” Newsweek,
March 23, 1981.
Progressive Architecture, January 1981 (1915 Eye Street).
1978 Langman, MD, PhD, Jan. Atlas of Medical Anatomy.
W.B. Saunders Company, 1978 (illustrations)
1972 Review of Art in Zinc, Le Monde, 1972.
1970 Architectural Record Magazine, 1970 (Brooklyn State
Hospital Master Plan).