About Brad Wray

Brad Wray

Brad was born in Melbourne in 1983. He is now an RMIT University alumnus. His major project concerned itself with the architectural idea of repetition through a found local vernacular in the form of an Opera House in Dandenong.
Brad has previously worked for Shane Murray and was involved in his related Ageing of Aquarius publication and PhD. He has also worked for John Wardle architects, Lindsay Holland architects and Melbourne artist Mark Douglass. His extra curricular activities have included assisting in orientation programs and exhibitions around RMIT.

In 2005, Brad studied at the Mendrisio Accademia di Architettura in Ticino, Switzerland / Italy, under Portuguese architects Aires Mateus and Goncalo Byrne. In 2006 he was accepted for the RMIT chapter of the Golden Key Honours Society. Brad has travelled to Europe, US, Canada, Japan and more locally New Zealand. One of the highlights from his European trip was going to the Chapel Ronchamp in France.

Brad has a strong interest in a wide range of architecture and it is his great ambition to have his own architectural practice.