Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) creates built environments that inspire and respond to the diverse needs of our clients and communities. Our creative vision embraces functional and aesthetic excellence, contributing to our growing portfolio of timeless architecture, and establishing SBA as an award-winning, international design practice.
One of the oldest architectural firms in Boston, SBA was established by Edwin T. (Ted) Steffian in 1932. Known as Edwin T. Steffian Architects, the firm quickly built a strong reputation within the design community, completing projects for academic institutions and private developers in New England. Peter Steffian joined his father in 1962 and three years later formed Steffian, Steffian and Bradley with the addition of Boston architect Tony Bradley. Upon Tedís retirement in 1972, Peter and Tony formed SBA | Steffian Bradley Associates Inc., and expanded the expertise of the firm to work with academic, corporate / commercial, healthcare and residential clients.
Steffian Bradley London
SBA London was opened in June 2002. With the considerable benefit of SBA Bostonís experience, it is the London officeís aim to provide an unparalleled architectural service by combining its UK derived design methodologies with those of its American colleagues. The symbiosis of these diverse architectural and cultural directions provides SBA with an in-depth understanding unrivalled by their contemporaries. Since opening, SBA London has become preferred bidder at Gravesham Community Project PFI, The Oxford Churchill PFI, Braintree, Witham and Halstead PFI and been appointed architects to the Royal Hospital Chelsea for the design of a new 125-bed care home. We are currently involved in a further five major PFI projects at either PITN or FITN stages totalling over £250m In addition to the exemplar wealth of its US based work, SBA Londonís design team have well in excess of 20 years previous experience in UK design.
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