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Honorary Fellowship for Angela Brady from RIAS

Published: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Angela Brady, the Dublin-born architect and Honorary Fellow of the RIAI, has received an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). The Award was bestowed to Angela Brady in the RIBA on 11 September by RIAS President Iain Connelly and Secretary and Treasurer Neil Baxter. It followed from the formal handover of the RIBA Presidency from Angela Brady to Stephen Hodder.

Angela Brady graduated in architecture from DIT Bolton Street. Before commencing in private practice - Brady Mallalieu Architects -  with her partner Robin Mallalieu, she gained wide experience working in Toronto, Dublin and Copenhagen. Having worked in London for over 20 years, she has developed a particular interest in housing, community and educational projects, including promoting sustainable and eco-friendly design to the public. Angela Brady is a professional TV broadcaster, promoting quality design to the public including the six-part Channel 4 TV series "The Home Show" ITV1’s "Building the Dream".  She is currently making a documentary "Designing For Champions" on the London 2012 Olympic Games success story.

Angela has worked on architectural educational projects with many organisations such as Open City, Artsinform, CABE, RIBA, RIAI, MOMA, Crafts Council, DCMS, the Irish Architecture Foundation and The Building Exploratory Hackney - all promoting architecture to school children and to the public.

Recent awards and recognitions include an Honorary Doctorate from the Dublin School of Architecture (DIT) in November 2011; a life-time achievement award from women in construction in May 2012; an Honorary Member of the AIA in June 2012; and an Honorary Diploma from the Russian Architects Group. 

Angela Brady was RIBA President from September 2011 to September 2013. She was a member of RIAI Council and Chairperson of the RIAI London Forum.  She is currently "British Council Ambassador to Vietnam for innovation and Design". http://www.bradymallalieu.com/

['Photos by Malcolm McNally - The Irish Post']

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