Bradley joined LSI in 2015 after completing his RIBA Part II at the Cass and a year of post training experience designing and building his own house. Professionally trained by a leading British architect and raised by a joiner, Bradley approaches architectural briefs from both ends of the spectrum to give a rounded approach to his work. Previous experience in both global practice and bespoke design studios has seen Bradley secure international and national competition wins and act as lead on a number of small scale projects.
Since joining LSI Bradley has been working as an architectural assistant in the education and housing sector, engaging closely with key clients. In July 2017 he successfully passed his RIBA part III to become a fully qualified architect.