Bradley Hindson joined Diamond Schmitt Architects in 2009 and has a Master of Architecture with Distinction from Carleton University. He was made an Associate in 2015. In his role as team architect and project manager, Brad has worked extensively on the Schulich School of Engineering’s redevelopment and 100,000 square foot addition at the University of Calgary.
In addition to his role as architectural staff, Brad manages the office’s 3D printer lab and provides guidance to the practice on lighting design. He frequently is asked to speak at conferences about the importance of good lighting in architecture. Mr. Hindson also creates large-scale interactive public art works, both for the company and on his own. For the Luminato Festival in Toronto, with Diamond Schmitt he created Windscape, a temporary installation comprising a 700-foot-long, 20-foot-high ribbon sculpture with nine robotically-controlled 25-foot-high windsocks that were choreographed to live and pre-recorded music.