James H Bradburn
James Bradburn was one of the founding Directors of KGD Architecture, he has also co-founded Fentress Bradburn Architects, in 1980, along with Curtis Fentress.
James is one of the celebrated architect who has keen understanding of materials & method of construction. He was instrumental in the design & execution of Denver INTERNATIONAL Airport, where for the first time, a fabric structure was utilized so aesthetically, functionally & economic way.
James has been a protege of John Dinkeloo, an architect known for carrying out the virtuoso structural systems and detailing of Roche Dinkeloo’s widespread, highly visible works. A person more attracted to open spaces than bright lights.
James has spent more than 25 years in Fentress Bradburn Architects before he retired. James is an enthusiatic mountain climber and has done many fourteeners . Currently James is staying in Denver.