‹ All Listings

Red House Architects

Robert (Bob) Braddock
1612 N. Fillmore St.
Arlington Virginia 22201
703-346-9819
rbraddock@redhousearch.com

As a native northern Virginian, Red House Architects’ Bob Braddock has a particularly deep understanding of what his clients want. “I have over 25 years experience in architecture, and 18 of those are specifically residential architecture in Arlington,” he says. “I can offer a wealth of experience, a knowledge about Arlington homes (both new and existing), and a design process that has been honed and perfected over the years.”

A full-service Arlington-based architecture firm, Red House Architects specializes in residential design, from additions and renovations, to complete new homes, and even landscapes. “The challenge of each project is that each project is unique, so the solution is unique. But that’s the kind of challenge that makes the work exciting and intriguing.”

A life-long artist, Braddock typically begins his client interaction with paper and pencil, quickly sketching out his 3-D vision of the customer’s verbal description of their dream. “The design process is generally the same as it has been for ages, combining creativity and spatial problem-solving,” he says. “What has changed most is the spectrum of building materials available. There are many very good reasons for the shift, as well as a few downsides.”

In the end, his clients’ satisfaction is Braddock’s number one priority. “What I find most satisfying is a homeowner telling me that their new home/addition/remodel is wonderful and fits perfectly with their lifestyle. And when I can drive down the street and show my family a finished project that I designed, that’s when I am proudest.”
“My continuing business depends upon beautiful, completed projects, and happy satisfied customers,” he notes. “Potential clients should know that my goals are their goals.”

“The challenge of each project is that each project is unique, so the solution is unique. But that’s the kind of challenge that makes the work exciting and intriguing.”