“What makes this profession so special are those days spent at the project sites, reminders that our efforts contribute to real, physical places our clients will soon enjoy.”
After graduating with his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame, Associate Brad Devendorf, spent two years working in urban planning in Florida, where he was part of the team that won a 2010 Palladio Award, a prize that honors outstanding achievement in traditional design. He says his work in town planning lead him to want to specialize in residential architecture and he returned to the University of Notre Dame to pursue a graduate degree in the study of classical architecture. During his program, he was awarded the Ferguson & Shamamian Architects Graduate Prize for his thesis. He graduated with his Master of Architectural Design and Urbanism before joining GPSA.
Brad has been involved in projects ranging from the construction of a new lakefront home in the Adirondacks to the renovation of an oceanfront home in Key Largo, Florida. He’s also worked in a variety of other places, including East Hampton, New York, Shelburne, Vermont, Jupiter Island, Florida, and New York’s Hudson Valley.
Brad currently lives in Brooklyn.