Our Brady Mallalieu office is part of the 400 Caledonian Road development by Igloo Regeneration completed in 2016. It comprises 23 flats, 2 family houses and 3 offices built around a shared courtyard with state of the art sustainable features.
Awards: WhatHouse? 2015 Gold Award for sustainability
Building for Life Assessment – Outstanding
Photos: Denis Gilbert
As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017 Brady Mallalieu held three public events in their new offices;
#Ask an architect – our doors were open for “LFA Open Studio” to view the exhibition, see the 400 Caledonian Rd development and ask an architect about architecture.
“School Careers in Architecture” with two secondary schools and site visit to BMA Laycock St housing project.
The launch of Architects Benevolent Society Art exhibition “Let Me Take You By The Hand” a fundraising event and exhibition.
Careers in architecture – Drawing the built environment
Brady Mallalieu have been involved with primary and secondary schools for 15 years, every year they adopt a school and give talks in the classroom to introduce school kids to architecture and the built environment. Angela Brady made the schools video ‘Designers of our future’ showcasing several careers in architecture; structural engineering, landscaping, interior design, project management and film making. In the project Thomas Heatherwick acted as client and the school pupils designed a house for Thomas with a sculpture garden and an art studio which had to be low carbon design. The winning team were presented with a professionally made model of their project at the RIBA as part of a programme to bring architecture into the classroom.
Angela Brady also produced the video ‘The Role of the Architect – Why Study Architecture?’ with Colin Conroy of Video Productions Ltd. The aim of the production was to give an insight into architecture and give a better understanding of what architects do in practice and what to expect from the university course as a whole. Brady Mallalieu have taken part in educational mentoring schemes and promoted diversity within the profession.
Architects Benevolent Society launch of “Let Me Take You By The Hand” art exhibition for ABS
Angela Brady, president of the ABS, helped launch the “Let Me Take You By The Hand” exhibition in June 2017. This year 34 artworks were donated for exhibition and sale to raise funds for the ABS new mental health outreach support programme. Launched by Rowan Moore at Brady Mallalieu offices with the ABS team led by Katie Vivian and curated by Westminster University students.