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Bradley Cambridge, AIA, LEED AP


Bradley Cambridge has significant experience restoring and adapting historic structures, including public landmarks both vast and intimate. The Armory Arts project stands out as one of his more interesting at QEA: “Jackson, Michigan’s 1830s-era state penitentiary had become a big liability,” he recalls, “and we transformed it into a modern artist community with galleries, studio, and apartments.”

Brad has worked on a range of urban rehabilitation and renovation projects, as well as National Park Service projects involving historic building surveys, document preparation and project administration. He finds personal inspiration in architect Michael Graves. “His use of geometric shapes conveys an element of fun in traditional contexts, while his consumer products bring a sense of design into daily life.” 



Joined QEA in 1999


  • University of Michigan, Master of Architecture, 2003; 
  • Miami University, B.A. in Architecture, minor in Urban & Regional Planning, 1999

Our work requires both technical complexity (codes, building systems and other details) and the balance of all the stakeholders’ interests with, of course, the budget.