Architect, TV broadcaster Design Champion
Angela is a past president of RIBA (2011-2013), and graduated in Architecture from the Dublin Institute of Technology with a post graduate scholarship in Copenhagen. Angela is a director of award winning Brady Mallalieu Architects, set up with Robin Mallalieu in 1997 specialising in quality contemporary sustainable design based in London. She was chair of RIBA Women in Architecture (2000-2005) and promotes more women into construction and is a design champion.
Angela has given over 100 keynote speeches around the world, including in India, China, Vietnam, USA, EU, UK and the Middle East on sustainable city making and low carbon design. She advises many design review committees on creating a quality sustainable built environment, including with Design Council Cabe, Croydon and Bexley Councils.
As a professional TV broadcaster Angela co wrote and co presented the TV series “Designing Ireland” about Irish Architecture, Craft, Industrial Design and Design Thinking. She presented 6 part international city design on ‘The Home Show’ on Channel 4 and designed and built a house on “Building the Dream” with 65 episodes on ITV.
She was given a doctor of letters from Westminster University in June 2018 and also a given lifetime achievement award in Sept 2018. (+ hon PhD from DIT Bolton St 2011).
In 2016 Angela was awarded an OBE from the Queen and the Irish “Presidents Distinguished Service Award”, both for services to Architecture and Design.
Her latest book is a collection of 20 essays “The Cork Paperssustainable city in making” edited to inspire local government into new ways of thinking sustainably about their city.
Dr Angela Brady OBE PPRIBA PDSA FRIAI FRIAS PhD(hon).