Andrew Brady

Associate Partner

Andrew is an Associate Partner and Senior Visualizer who has worked with PLP Architecture since the formation of the studio and previously at KPF London, where he created computer-generated images for the design of many ambitious projects.


His visualizations range from landscaped public spaces to tall buildings, including the residential buildings for The Goodsyard in Shoreditch; the cluster of residential and office buildings for the Sampson House and Ludgate House regeneration project on the South Bank; the hotels and private residences for Four Seasons at Heron Plaza in London and at Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi; and landmark buildings for Foshan New City Suning Plaza in China.


Other presentations include the dramatic glazed atrium that reveals the activity within the Deloitte headquarters in Amsterdam; the external massing and elevations for The Francis Crick Institute, the new national centre for biomedical research at St. Pancras; the office buildings at Nova, Victoria and above Crossrail’s station at Bond Street West in Mayfair; and signature buildings for the New Port Project in Doha, Qatar.


While at KPF London, Andrew was responsible for a series of images for The Pinnacle in the City of London and the Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Terminal Complex.


Andrew has presented at a number of industry events, including the Bentley User Community UK in London and the Bentley Be Inspired 2004 International Conference in Orlando, Florida. His work has also been acknowledged by the Bentley Award of Excellence for Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Simulation and Visualization.