Skinner Architects

Our practice is inspired by fundamental criteria to which we believe all people respond: natural light, texture, natural materials, access to views and a connection to nature. We create spaces that stimulate the senses, provide a sense of openness and shelter, and form healthy and dignified workplaces. Over the years, our practice has been recognized with numerous awards for excellence in design.

Skinner Studio Building

Bradley Skinner, Principal

Bradley Skinner founded Skinner & Skinner Architects Inc. in 1997. Known by his clients for his deep listening, vision and design ability, his expertise is broad and varied. He leads the firm’s projects in residential, institutional and retail sectors, along with initiatives in master planning and adaptive reuse.

Bradley holds an architectural degree from the University of Toronto School of Architecture. He is a registered architect with the Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (FRAIC). He is also a member of the London Society of Architects. As a committed advocate of the architectural profession, Bradley is generous with his time and expertise, having lectured at colleges, universities and conferences and serving as an OAA mentor.

Skinner & Skinner Architects builds on the legacy of Paul M. Skinner Architect. The firm, founded by Bradley’s father, had a profound effect on the built environment in Southwestern Ontario. Through three decades (1967-1997), Paul’s numerous and distinct designs, including the London Courthouse, Western University’s Thompson Arena, CNR Train Station, Victoria Hospital, and 3M Headquarters changed the face of the region.