Angela Brady OBE, Founder, Brady Mallalieu Architects

Angela Brady OBE, PPRIBA, PDSA

Angela is a Dublin born and educated architect who graduated from Dublin DIT school of architecture, completing with a post graduate scholarship at Kunstakademiet in Copenhagen, then spent a year in Toronto, before coming to London to set up award winning private practice Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd, with Robin Mallalieu. Their design studio specialises in contemporary sustainable architecture

Angela was elected President of Royal Institute of British Architects (2011-2013) She reaches a wide public audience as a professional TV broadcaster, promoting Architecture on TV and Radio, along with with published articles in books, magazines and blogs as well as running design workshops in schools and galleries as a STEMnet ambassador. She is also a Design Council CABE ‘Built Environment Expert’ and she is current President of the Architects Benevolent Society. She gives talks worldwide on Sustainable Cities and Integrated Design. Her latest book is a collection of UK expertise called “The British Papers” Published by RIBA Publications in March 2015

As an avid campaigner, during the London 2012 Olympic Games Angela instigated #DropTheBan campaign and made a film to record the personal achievements of the Architects and Engineers called ‘Designing for Champions’ which then became part of the UK Government GREAT campaign (on RIBA website)

Angela co wrote and co presented with Dr Sandra O’Connell a 4 part one hour documentary TV series “Designing Ireland” a critical review of Architecture, Place and Craft broadcast on RTEOne in November 2015. Angela wrote and filmed an educational careers video “Why study Architecture? – The role of the architect” launched at RIBA in March 2015 (on RIBA website)

Angela has worked on two popular TV series;

‘Building the Dream’ where Brady Mallalieu designed a new home for ITV contestants
‘The Home Show’ on Channel 4 presenting design style in 6 European cities

When chairperson of RIBA Women In Architecture (WIA 2000-2005) she curated the successful ‘DiverseCity’ exhibition which travelled to 34 cities worldwide promoting diversity of people and women in architecture.

Angela Brady will be chairing the morning session on Friday 29 June 2018.