At HuntonBrady we strive for excellent design and have fun doing it. We are passionate about modern design, high-quality documents, and friendships with colleagues and clients. Our buildings have become a part of the landscape of Central Florida and we are committed to contributing to the community around us. We work closely with one another to create outstanding architectural designs and celebrate one another’s accomplishments
HuntonBrady in the Community
HuntonBrady Architects has grown along with Central Florida, and we give back to the community we serve. We encourage our employees to volunteer their time and talents to help disadvantaged children, families, and individuals in our community. Many employees use our Volunteer & Community Service benefit, which allows for paid time off each year for charitable work. Some of the charities and organizations that our team members work with include The Salvation Army, Greyhound Pets of America, Freedom Ride, and many others.
Fun with HuntonBrady
We always want to make sure that we take a little time to have fun here at HuntonBrady. From sketch outings, company picnics and parties to softball leagues, we have everything covered!
HuntonBrady Holiday Poster
Clyde A. Brady III, FAIA, started the holiday poster tradition in 1980 as a way to celebrate the holidays and share HuntonBrady Architects’ passion for architecture with the community. For 20 years, Clyde drew intricate pen and ink images of prominent European cathedrals and institutions, such as Notre Dame in Paris, France, and Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland. His drawings were transformed into posters and distributed to clients and friends of the firm. Their popularity grew as word spread and collections started. Now the holiday posters grace the walls of homes, offices, and institutions all over the world.
When Clyde retired in 2000, Design Principal Maurizio J. Maso, AIA, continued the tradition, choosing to work in watercolor and depict historic churches throughout the state of Florida. Some of the churches include Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine (1793) and Old Christ Church in Pensacola (1832). 2004 marked a new series of posters by Maurizio depicting significant urban spaces of the world, beginning with Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, and spanning to Brussels, Prague, Copenhagen, as well as other cities in Europe and the United States.