Throughout his career Brad has had the good fortune of working for some of the most forward thinking global clients.
Beginning his career at Steelcase Inc in Grand Rapids Michigan he was able to immediately work side by side with many of the foremost experts in workplace consultancy and design, gaining insight into emerging workplace planning methodologies, and research techniques that have since become industry standards.
His experience at Steelcase led to job offers in New York City where he worked for architectural practices on several large projects for clients including UBS, ETrade, WebMD and Michael Page International. In NYC in 2003 he established Bradley Johnson Design and began working as a workplace design consultant for corporate clients and architectural practices.
After six years in New York Brad seized an opportunity to broaden his global experience and moved to Sydney where he worked for Woods Bagot running large integrated fit-out projects for organisations including Qantas, Allianz, and Royal Bank of Canada. In Sydney Brad worked on a number of Qantas airport lounge projects in Australia and Asia. While working as project director of the award winning Qantas Sydney First Class Lounge Brad worked with Sebastien Segers and Marc Newson which led to the opportunity to work with them in Paris and London.
Since arriving in London in early 2008 Brad re-established Bradley Johnson Design and has worked as a consultant to Sebastien Segers Architects and Woods Bagot. He also spent one year as the Director of Workplace at a mid-size London based architectural practice. His good fortune in attracting the best clients has continued in London having had the opportunity to direct projects for Barclays, HSBC, Expedia, CMS, Royal Mail, Dow Jones and many more. In addition to running fit-out projects for these clients Brad has put his extensive workplace consutancy knowledge to use in helping HSBC and Expedia to create their Global Workplace Standards and Guidelines.
"Brad listened attentively to the brief and came up with elegant designs that maximised the space available while creating the illusion of generosity. He is meticulous and precise - a perfectionist. I was delighted with the results."
- Tony Fabian, Elysian Films