Patrick began his architectural career working for Consarc Conservation in Belfast where he worked on landmark buildings such Castle Leslie Estate in Co Monaghan.
He then progress his career as member of McGurk Chartered Architects practising as a project architect working on numerous projects in all sectors including sport & leisure, healthcare, education, residential master planning, ecclesiastical and commercial/retail developments.
Since starting up his own practice, Patrick Bradley is rapidly becoming one of Northern Ireland’s and the UK’s most exciting architects, who specialises in contemporary, sustainable architecture.
“Beautiful Architecture is not only about the buildings, but about enhancing human lives and emotions for the better”
BSc (Hons) MArch (Queens)
Katherine joined Patrick Bradley Architects in September 2015. She completed her architectural education at Queen’s University, Belfast graduating with her Masters in Architecture in 2013.
Prior to joining the team, she had previously spent nearly 2 years working in an office near Belfast where she gained experience working on a number of commercial and domestic planning applications
BSc OCDEA MCIAT (UUJ)
Chartered Architectural Technologist
Mark Nelson is a design and quality driven Chartered Architectural Technologist (MCIAT) specialising in bespoke building design and construction. He is also an accredited On Construction Domestic Energy Assessor (OCDEA) experienced in energy efficient building design and sustainable construction.
He completed his studies at University of Ulster graduating with first class honours. He commenced his career within McGurk Chartered Architects and furthered his career at Chris McCollum Building Conservation Surveyors.
BSc Dip. (Queens)
3D Visual Artist
Stephen has been providing the highest quality of Architectural Visuals for over 10 years, producing still images and animations of many award winning and High profile schemes, with work being published in various magazines, brochures, advertisements and television. Most recently his work has been showcased to 8 million viewers each week on Channel 4’s Grand Designs.