Principles

Paul Bradley Architecture, based in coastal Suffolk, provides sensitive design solutions for conservation and new build projects varying in size, complexity and location.

We are a versatile office with commissions throughout the UK, and our governing principles include a tailored response to client and site, and a belief that material use and detailing should be carefully considered and implemented.

Open communication is an essential part of the design process and we enjoy close working relationships with clients, local authorities and builders.

We undertake independent consultancy, Heritage Appraisals in East Anglia and are engaged by Suffolk Coastal District Council and Waveney District Council to research and write appraisals for Conservation Areas.

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Dr. Paul Bradley

A long held interest in domestic design and a passion for detail and drawing, led Paul towards architecture. He established the practice in 2009 following four years at the Norfolk office of Charles Morris, LVO, FRICS, a renowned designer of country houses.

Paul lectures on architectural history and theory at several venues, including at The Art Worker’s Guild (London), The Paul Mellon Centre (London) and Central Saint Martins (CSM). 

At The University of Nottingham a study of ‘at risk’ country houses developed into a PhD on “William Burn. The Country House”.

Chairman of the East Suffolk Building Preservation Trust (ESBPT). 

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