Bradley Architecture has positive social agenda as its core philosophy. There are two streams; Architecture, and Research.

The architecture stream builds on 30 years of design and construction experience. The studio seeks out design projects that promote positive outcomes for the individual and the broader community.

The research stream includes professional design consultancy services, teaching, and, the PhD project 'Citizen prison: Investigation into a citizen-centred approach to prison design' .
The PhD research investigates the qualities of prison environments and its influence on the individual's life as citizen, rather than the temporary role of inmate. The research is a socially inclusive, design-based
investigation of prison design through consultation with participants from within and outside of the prison environment.
Clients and collaborators

NSW Department of Justice
NSW Corrective Services Industries
NSW Aboriginal Housing Office
NSW Juvenile Justice
Family and Community Services

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The 'Gathering' - Concept marking for AHO modular housing
October 2018
Current projects

Aboriginal Women's spaces - Emu Plains
New legal offices concept design - Sydney
Modular housing prototype - Muswellbrook
New modular house - Moree
New community centre - Claymore
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Acknowledgement of Country. Joinery finish detail. Emu Plains