Bradley Farrish is an architectural designer working in Montreal. He holds BEds and MArch degrees from Dalhousie University in Halifax. He received a thesis prize for his master’s thesis Winter House for an Inuvialuit Family: Dwelling, Collective Memory and the Qallunaat Designer in the Western Arctic which investigated Inuit and Inuvialut perspectives of domestic life and the role of the dwelling in the transmission of culture between generations. While completing his master’s degree, he developed an interest in informal building cultures and the way people modify their homes to reflect unmet social and practical needs, leading to a Rossetti travel scholarship to investigate informal settlements in Southern California. Bradley previously worked for Studio Mumbai Architects in India, and MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects in Nova Scotia before moving to Montreal.
MArch – Dalhousie University, 2019
BEds – Dalhousie University, 2016
ARCC 5100 – Advanced Building Systems