Brady Mallalieu Architects are an award winning, design led RIBA Chartered Practice based in London and Cork, established by Robin Mallalieu and Angela Brady OBE. Our practice has designed many buildings in the public and private sectors in the UK and overseas including; Housing, Education, Office Fit-out, Healthcare, Historic buildings, Interior Design and Urban Design. Our work has been extensively published and exhibited. We enjoy the challenges of contemporary architecture and working with enlightened clients.
We specialise in all types of Housing including Public, Private and one off sustainable homes. We are experts in Public Consultation. Interested in new ways of providing much needed homes;- #SilverSingels #CoHousing #CoLiving
We run a friendly, approachable architects studio with a great track record. We practice Architecture, Interior Design and Masterplanning with enthusiasm and bring professionalism and quality to all aspects of the building process. We work in efficient design teams on a selected number of projects from our newly designed offices in Kings Cross, and directors are completely involved in all the stages of a commission to provide a high quality tailor made service for our clients. We pay close attention to detailed design and this approach is underpinned by sustainability and accessibility in all our projects. We provide a professional, friendly and thorough service – as we love what we do to improve the places, spaces and lives of our clients.
Angela speaks about the #CECAS project - A Centre of Excellence for Climate Action and Sustainability, which is a grass roots community project led by Green Skibbereen, in West Cork. The centre aims to lead the way in Retrofit research and development to showcase...
Angela Brady will be a keynote speaker at The CIF Southern Region Construction Summit 2020
on 19th Nov 2020
The Cork Papers – Sustainable City in the Making is a collection of 20 invited essays intended to act as a critical analysis of the city from the perspective of selected from individuals with advice and experience to share The book was published by Cork City Council...