Bradley Silling
P/T Instructor

Bradley Silling (he/him) joins the Syracuse University School of Architecture faculty as a part-time instructor in Fall 2022.

Silling is a Brooklyn, New York based designer and founder of B___S, a discursive design practice with projects in architecture and related fields. Through rigorous drawing and experimental fabrication, his work re-configures the mundane by playfully ignoring the distinction between architecture and everything else. Silling has held positions at MKCA, Bestor Architecture, MALL, Welcome Projects, Johnston Marklee, and others.

His research work has focused on spaces and objects of the everyday, with an ongoing interest in queer domesticity. Silling’s 2019 graduate thesis “A Room in Camp’s Mansion” speculated on collective living, informed by research into the Houses of the American drag scene and the means by which queer people re-configure stock housing to better suit an expansive definition of family.

Silling holds a Master in Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2019. He also studied at the University of Southern California, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies.