About Us

Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) is an award-winning design firm specialising in architecture, planning, interiors and urban design. Our mission is to create built environments that respond to the diverse needs of our clients and their communities. Founded in Boston in 1932, SBA’s expanding international practice maintains two offices in New England with global affiliates in the United Kingdom, China, and Canada. We provide design and planning expertise to clients in healthcare, academic, residential, and commercial markets. 


Working with SBA
The success and talent of our people are what define SBA. Our diverse, creative, and passionate professionals work together in small, collaborative teams where ideas and innovations spring from all levels of the organization. This unique team structure fosters collaboration and coordination to provide our clients with the dedicated support and consistency of a boutique firm combined with the resources, knowledge, and diversity of an evolving international corporation. Internally, SBA’s close-knit network generates a dynamic and enthusiastic culture that supports the evolution and growth of our professionals through ongoing mentorship, training, and development.


Sterling Planning Alliance
Sterling Planning Alliance, an in-house division of SBA, provides strategic planning, master planning, operational analysis, and capacity and through-put analysis to the healthcare industry. Collaborating with Sterling and adapting their strategic initiatives and practices has allowed us to bring innovative solutions to clients across our market sectors. 

  • 06/14/2016

      Steffian Bradley Architects are designing and delivering the Interiors for a Laboratory Fit-out for Health Services Laboratories (HSL) in the Halo Building. The project is due for completion in Autumn 2016.  

  • 05/06/2016

        Steffian Bradley were tasked with developing Design proposals for two new storeys of executive residential accommodation to be situated on top of an existing 1930's residential block in North West London. A lightweight steel and glass design has been developed, with a particularly sensitive approach to the architectural language and use of materials on the external facade. A