Bradley + McAleenan Architects are multi award winning RIBA Chartered Architects based in Chelsea, London, founded by Patrick Bradley and Bernard McAleenan.


With offices in London and Northern Ireland, Bradley + McAleenan Architects are able to operate throughout the UK and Ireland. The company is registered with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Patrick and Bernard are also members of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA), Royal Institute of Architects Ireland (RIAI) and are registrants of the Architect’s Registration Board (ARB).


At Bradley + McAleenan Architects we have experience producing a vast range of architecture which focuses on high-end commissions for bespoke residential new builds, extensions, renovations and refurbishments and unique commercial projects amongst others. Our body of works include many conservation projects of both listed buildings and non-listed buildings within conservation areas.


Our bespoke projects have gained much recognition and success winning many awards and appearing on Channel 4’s Grand Designs and RIBA House of the Year.


Bradley + McAleenan Architects provide a full design and consultancy team including Technologists, Interior Designers, Surveyors, Engineers, Planning Consultants and 3D Visual Artists. Directors and Chartered Architects Patrick Bradley and Bernard McAleenan meticulously collaborate with the design team on every project and work closely with their clients to understand the brief and interpret this into a practical, innovative, creative design.


Bradley + McAleenan Architects realise that commencing a new building project, whilst exciting, can be daunting for many clients. With our full in-house design team, you and your project will receive not only the utmost expertise in skill and knowledge, but also the personal touch that our clients have come to appreciate.We can manage your project from inception to completion and guide you through the process to ensure the creation of your new project is a stress free enjoyable experience.