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Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd is an RIBA Chartered Practice

Architecture, Interiors, Urban Design Masterplanning

Brady Mallalieu Architects celebrat 25 years in practice set up by Angela Brady and Robin Mallalieu


We have won many design awards in recognition of Architectural Design innovation and quality



We promote quality contemporary sustainable architecture and low carbon design

Brady Mallalieu practice architecture with enthusiasm and bring commitment and quality to all aspects of the building process


The directors are able to give each project individual detailed attention and are deeply involved with all stages of a commission


Angela Brady PPRIBA

Architect Director

B.Arch Sc. Dipl.Arch.
RIBA President (2011-2013)

Angela Brady gained wide experience working in Toronto, Dublin and Copenhagen and has worked in London for 30 years. She works in TV and radio promoting architecture and the value of design. She has developed a particular interest in housing, community and educational projects, including promoting sustainable and eco friendly design to the public. She has developed a challenge for families called #EcoCheckPack how to cut your CO2 over a year

She has worked on many award winning projects She is a professional TV broadcaster promoting quality sustainable design to the public

Angela completed a 6 part Channel 4 TV series on prime time "The Home Show" World of Architecture and Interiors, and previously a 65 part TV show "Building the Dream" for ITV1 where a contemporary sustainable family home was designed and constructed in 14 weeks

Angela made a shhort film called "Designing For Champions" about the London 2012 Paralympic Games success story

She is also working on an Irish Architecture TV documentary series to celebrate a year of design
RIBA British Architectural Trust 2010-2013

British Council Ambassador for innovation and Design to Vietnam

RIBA International Ambassador to China and a British Council Ambassador to Vietnam for "innovation and Design" Angela also designs glass art works and paintings to commission

• Ambassador to Cabinet Office Government Equality office

• CABE Enabler May 2009-2012

• Member of RIAI Council 2014/2007/8/9/10/11 past Chairperson RIAI London Forum organising annual awards exhibition in London 1990 - 2014

• STEMnet Ambassador 2005 - 2014 running design workshops in schools

• Past External Examiner at 3 schools of architecture: the Mackintosh in Glasgow, DIT Dublin and Brighton

• WIA committee to 2006- 2011 and Curator DiverseCity exhibition • CABE / English Heritage Urban Panel 2000 - Dec 2008 • Vice Chair Civic Trust Awards National Panel 2000 to April 2010 and City of Culture Award judge
• London Development Agency Board as "Design Champion" Oct 2006 - July 2008
• "Design for London" review panel Oct 2006-July 2008
• Trustee Director Building Exploratory Hackney 2000 - 2008
• Chair RIBA Women In Architecture 2000 - 2005
• Elected chairperson of Finsbury Park Community Forum for SRB5 project
• External examiner at Brighton school of architecture 2005-2007
• External exmaniner at Dublin school of architecture 2005 -2007
• Invited external critic;- London Metropolitan school of architecture and Welsh School of Architecture

Angela worked on many architectural educational projects with;- Open City, Artsinform, CABE, RIBA, RIAI, MOMA, Crafts Council, DCMS, Irish Architecture Foundaiton and The Building Exploratory Hackney all promoting architecture to school children and to the public

With RIBA Women in Architecture she curated The DiverseCity exhibition which visited 34 world cities from 2004 to 2011

Personal Awards; Lifetime Achievement Award - women in construction 2012

WISE Award - Women of Outstanding Achievement for Leadership 2013

Honorary Doctorate - DIT Dublin school of architecture 2011

Irish Post/AIB Bank Award for personal achievement in architecture presented by then Irish President Mary Robinson 1993

Honourary Fellow of the RIAI in 1999; FRSA in 2004

Honorary membeship and President's medal from both AIA USA in 2012 and RIAC Canada in 2013 and Honorary membership of FRIAS 2013 Honorary Diploma Russian Architects Assoc. 2012 Honary membership BIID British Institute of Interior Designers 2013



Robin Mallalieu RIBA

Architect Director
BA (Hons) Arch. B. Arch (Manc)


Robin Mallalieu gained wide experience in London for 30 years. Prior to commencing in private practice with Angela Brady he worked in London and was an associate with both van Heyningen and Haward and Brian Taggart Associates

Robin has worked on a variety of projects including award winning buildings as Phoenix Heights and a new build private home in Richmond and has developed a particular interest in historic buildings He has developed an expertise in the design of new contemporary sustainable buildings within historical and protected environments. He also maintains an expertise in urban design and master planning

Robin is skilled in creating environmentally friendly and sustainable designs and promotes low energy / low carbon / low maintenance buildings. He also has an expertise in masterplanning and urban design


His contemporary house design in Richmond was featured on BBC1 London Tonight where it was praised by presenter Max Hutchinson as 'one of the best contemporary houses in Britain today'. It was runner up for the RIBA Manser Prize 2004 "Best Home in Britain"

The 200 homes Phoenix Heights project at Mastmaker Rd London E14 Isle of Dogs won "Best New Development - Affordable Homes" - Evening Standard Award and RIAI Award with Ballymore Group in 2010

We are happy to meet with new clients, to listen and advise on how best to work together

There are many different projects that we work on form housing to office fit out to school design or urban planning

Current projects include;-

Lawyers office fitout in Mayfair


4 Mixed social housing projects in London


Retrofitting: Convertion of offices into flats in London

Masterplanning a City Business District with shopping and housing complex and landscaping of public realm in China

Community centres in UK and Ireland

Feasibility studies for sites in S. E. England