Brady Design was incorporated in 1989 by registered Architect, Brian P. Brady, whose expertise lies in creating traditional classic architecture and designing comfortable, sophisticated classic interiors. Today the firm's work ...
Brady Design was incorporated in 1989 by registered Architect, Brian P. Brady, whose expertise lies in creating traditional classic architecture and designing comfortable, sophisticated classic interiors. Today the firm's work is solely residential with approximately fifty percent of its revenue coming from architectural commissions and fifty percent coming from interior design and decorating commissions.
Prior to establishing the firm, Mr. Brady studied Architecture at the University of Notre Dame and spent a year in Rome learning the foundations of Classical Architecture. After graduating Magna cum Laude with a Bachelor of Architecture Degree, Mr. Brady moved to Athens, Greece where he was an Intern Architect with the International Design Center that specialized in Embassy and Consulate design for the Ministry of Saudi Arabia worldwide. This experience involved extensive travel to all corners of the world and provided a deep foundation for the international sophistication of the firm's work.
Returning to the United States, Mr. Brady began a career with the international, award-winning design firm of I.M. Pei & Partners. Working on projects such as the Raffles Center in Singapore, the Dallas Symphony Hall, and the Louvre in Paris furthered Mr. Brady's level of international style and sophistication. Brady Design offices are headquartered in Southampton, New York with projects located throughout the country.
Mr. Brady is a member of the Institute for Classical Architecture and Classic America and an avid supporter of the Southampton Youth Services for which he designed the Elmalleh-Stanton Squash facility. Presently, Mr. Brady serves on the board of the Hamptons Designer Showhouse and he served on the Architecture Review Board for the Village of Southampton, New York for the past eight years.