Bradley Shanks, Registered Architect, LEED AP, NCARB
Bradley has 15 years of experience in the field of architecture. After graduating with a Master of Architecture degree from Washington University in St Louis, he worked in Boston for several offices and was the recipient of the 2003 Rotch Traveling Scholarship. He holds current architecture licenses in Colorado and Massachusetts.
In 2010 Bradley joined Will Bruder + Partners to focus on projects in the King Abdullah Financial District; where he was the project manager of the KAFD SPAs project. His other interests include food science, etymology, and climbing mountains.
Will Bruder + Partners, Phoenix, AZ, US, Project Manager
Utile, Inc., Boston, MA, US, Architect
William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc., Boston, MA, US, Architect
Chan Mock Architects, Cambridge, MA, US, Project Designer
Chermayeff Sollogub & Poole, Boston, MA, US, Designer
Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, Architecture
Chair, Monday Night Lecture Series, 1999-2000
Teaching Assistant for Architecture Study Abroad Program, Summer 2000
Teaching Assistant for design studio, Spring 2000
Dean’s Scholar, 1998-2000
Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Dean’s List, 1994-1996
Boston Harbor Park Pavilion design competition, 3rd Place
An open competition, with 65 entries, to select the designer for the new pavilion, to be sited on
the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston. The pavilion will serve as a visitor information center
for the Boston Harbor Islands park. Third Place was granted $2,000.
2003 Rotch Travelling Scholarship, 1st Place
A two-stage design competition, established in 1883. The annual first place award is a
$35,000 stipend for international travel and independent study. My study of an Emerging
Vernacular architecture took me to Brazil, Morocco, Egypt, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Thailand
and the Philippines, over a period of ten months.
Queens Plaza Ideas Competition, 3rd Place
An open design competition of 191 entries sponsored by the Van Alen Institute; designed in
partnership with Lynn I. Hsu. The project is published in both Landscape Architecture and
Competitions magazines. Third Place was granted $2,500.