Brady Mallalieu Architects
We are an award winning RIBA Chartered Practice based in London, working on all types of projects with a specialty in Housing & Community projects and high end Interior Design fit outs and Urban Design.
As architects we have a reputation for providing quality robust sustainable designs. We provide a full professional service from initial consultation to completion and help clients develop their brief of requirements. We have vision to create spaces and places for people’s needs and the communication skills to help develop a dialogue and listen to our clients.
We give talks about our work and run public consultation workshops. We exhibited our projects at many exhibitions in UK and internationally including at ‘MIPIM’ property fair in France and London and at the Shanghai Expo and London ‘Vision’ at Excel.
Robin Mallalieu and Angela Brady are Directors of Brady Mallalieu and Angela is a Past President of RIBA (2011-2013) who gives many high profile talks around the world on sustainable design and the value of good design.
We have a group of experienced staff with superb design, technical and communication skills for each project.
Angela Brady OBE PPRIBA PDSA
BArch Sc Dip Arch + FRIAI, FRSA, HonFRIAS, PhD(Hon), FAIA, FRIAC, HonFIStuctE, FBIID
Angela also curates and takes part in many international Design & Crafts exhibitions and works in fused glass and paints artworks to client commissions. She has edited 3 books on sustainable city making and was a keynote speaker at over 100 conferences worldwide speaking on sustainable city making.
2018 Doctor of Letter and life time achievement from Uni Westminster
BA (Hons) Arch. B. Arch (Manc)
Robin Mallalieu is co founder of Brady Mallalieu Architects. He has been responsible for the design and delivery of all our projects and has been director in charge of all phases of the Brown Rudnick London office fitting out over the past 7 years.
Since leaving university, when he was awarded the national RIBA Student Prize, Robin has gained wide experience working in London and on projects around the UK, in Ireland, China and Vietnam. Prior to commencing practice with Angela Brady he worked in London with van Heyningen and Haward Architects and Brian Taggart Associates.
Robin has been working on office interior projects for 25 years and has completed office projects for The Groundwork Trust, law centres for the London Boroughs of Hackney and Tower Hamlets, the European Investment Bank, lawyers Brown Rudnick LLP and international contractors The Murphy Group which is a multi phase project where he is currently adapting their head office to suit activity based ‘agile working’ methods. Robin has excellent communication skills and is adept at creating visionary designs and concepts in a short space of time, listening carefully to our clients needs.
BSc(hons) BArch(dist) MPhil
Andrew Carr is a highly experienced Senior Architect who has been at Brady Mallalieu Architects for over fifteen years and has served a range of clients ranging from larger organisations, such as Ballymore, Peabody, Pocket, Igloo, Murphy Group and Islington Council (formerly Homes for Islington) through to private individuals and community groups.
Andrew was the Project Architect, from inception to completion, of the award winning Phoenix Heights residential development at Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs, London. More recently he led the Underwood Road project for Peabody and has developed several projects for Islington Council, including: Brickworks which combines a 1,000 sq. community centre with new social housing and was developed through a series of design workshops with the local community and stakeholders. At Charles Simmons House he acted as a ‘Design Champion’, bringing fresh thinking to a stalled project and gaining acceptance from both Islington Planning department and the Islington Design Review Panel.
Prior to Brady Mallalieu he developed international experience working with acclaimed bio-climatic architect Ken Yeang in Malaysia. He combines practice with links to academia. He taught at the Welsh School of Architecture in various capacities for over ten years and acted as a visiting critic, design tutor and technical consultant at Newcastle University. He has published papers in international, peer-reviewed journals on architectural matters including; Inhabited lobbies: the social life of space in the work of Brady Mallalieu Architects and his broader research interests in the uses of time in architecture. He has been a Mentor on the Open-City Accelerate! programme and a shortlister for the RIBA Awards.