The Architect

Bradley Starkey BA (Hons) Dip Arch PGCHE PhD

Kent-based architect Bradley Starkey, is an ARB registered architect. After obtaining a First Class Honours Degree in Architecture from the University of Portsmouth, which included the Final Year Prize for Design Excellence, Bradley completed his architectural training with a Post-Graduate Diploma in Architecture and a Post-Graduate Certificate in the Practice and Management of Architecture from the Bartlett School of Architecture, part of University College London.  At the end of his training he received the Ambrose Poynter Prize identifying him as a promising student of architecture.  More recently he completed a PhD in Architectural Design at the Bartlett exploring innovative approaches to the design process; which he applies to his practice of architecture.

As an architectural practitioner Bradley has worked on a number of projects in the UK, USA and South East Asia (with KNTA Architects). The focus of all Bradleys work has been to place design excellence at the heart of every scheme, be they large complex projects or simple domestic spaces. He has extensive experience of working on large and small residential buildings as well as for clients in the healthcare and educational sector.