While studying, Bradhly developed his skills from a broad range of projects initiated by Whitehouse Institute of Design, Australia that has attributed to his success in the industry. Bradhly won a People’s Choice Award for collaborative projects such as The Project for Saturday INDESIGN. Whitehouse provided Bradhly with the opportunity to work on projects with real parameters and real clients, thus adding to his ability to work on independent projects of his own. Bradhly enhanced his portfolio during his second year of study by designing and delivering a retail booth for Koda. The booth enabled Koda to present their lighting products at Green Cities, the largest and most influential green building conference in the Asia Pacific region. The booth was also awarded Best Design at the event that year.
After graduation Bradhly Le was the winner of the Graduate of The Year Award for his sustainable seafood restaurant. Le’s Rising Siren Seafood Bar/Bistro was also the winner of the DIA Award for Awareness of Environmental Sustainability. An award winning designer who currently works at HASSELL, Bradhly’s diverse portfolio include projects ranging from experiential, healthcare, retail, to workplace design. Bradhly’s portfolio of clients includes Accor, NSW Health to Google with expertise in all stages of design from briefing, concept design and documentation to project delivery.
The Whitehouse Interior Design program has provided Bradhly with the opportunity to perform on a global stage and provided the professional experience needed to be hired immediately after graduation. Bradhly knows and appreciates the benefits of the Whitehouse Institute of design family. And he is constantly attending graduate events in support of his fellow soon-to-be alumni.
"I am of Australian/Vietnamese heritage and an extensive traveller, my appreciation of cultural diversity influences my beliefs, values and the way I approach life".
"I have had success in several different career paths, including computer science and construction. This has contributed to my analytical and architectural sensibility, and enabled me to be a multi-faceted designer".
"I am proud to have graduated with the Bachelor of Design Degree from Whitehouse and the degree itself has allowed me to realise multiple opportunities and provided the potential for me to succeed in my career"
Bradhly Le was the winner of the Graduate of The Year Award for his sustainable seafood restaurant. Le’s Rising Siren Seafood Bar/Bistro was also the winner of the DIA Award for Awareness of Environmental Sustainability.