Chris Bradley

Bradley Architecture is an architectural and interior design practice formed in 2011 by Chris Bradley.

Chris is a chartered architect who, after completing RIBA Part 1 & Part 2 qualifications in Manchester, set up a practice, aged 25, with three college friends. The practice, TEAS, had success in numerous competitions including winning an RIBA national competition to design a business centre in Swansea.
TEAS also hosted architectural events, design workshops at the university and exhibited at several galleries in Manchester.

Chris then joined Harrison Ince Architects in 1994 and quickly rose to director level by 1998. During this period Chris led design teams on several award winning projects, mainly in the leisure sector. He also regularly entered architectural competitions, in his spare time, gaining second prize in Europan 4 – a competition entered with friends and colleagues.

In 2002 Chris left Manchester and established an Edinburgh branch of Harrison Ince which by 2008 had grown to a team of six.

Chris decided to establish Bradley Architecture in 2011, after setting up Harrison Ince Scotland.

Over his career to date Chris has won numerous awards, lectured in architecture at Manchester & Salford University and has exhibited work at the RIBA & AA in London & Cube in Manchester.

Chris has a very personal and holistic approach to architectural design and enjoys all different scales of project.

In his spare time Chris is an avid fan of Blackpool FC and Lancashire CCC and enjoys all types of music. In 1987 Chris took a year out of study during which period he did an architectural grand tour of Europe and went to over 100 gigs!!

Chris lives in Edinburgh, is married to Leigh and has two daughters Rosa and Tess.