Brandon studied Architecture at Kingston School of Art in London and graduated with honours in 2015, joining Stanley Bragg Architects shortly after. His thesis project explored the role of liminal spaces in architecture, through the design of a rammed earth visitor centre and hostel, at the intersection of Hadrian’s Wall and the Great Whin Sill.
He has previously worked at a small architectural studio, receiving commendation for the CIAT Alan King Award in 2015. Through his experiences and education, Brandon has developed an enthusiasm for sensitive contemporary design and tectonic expression in architecture, in particular the works of the critical regionalist movement.
Since joining the practice, he has been involved in a variety of projects at different work stages, developing his understanding of how a scheme progresses from concept to completion. He highly enjoys working within the collaborative environment at Stanley Bragg, as well as actively contributing to our CAD/BIM development and integration.
Outside of the office, Brandon enjoys visiting exhibitions, live music and photographing architecture.
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