Thomas Arthur Darcy Braddell was an architect active in the early-20th century.
Braddell was the husband of designer and decorative artist, Dorothy Adelaide Braddell, nee Busse, (born 1889, died 1981) and, after a successful independent practice in London, England, he worked in partnership with the architect Humphry Deane from 1937.
Braddell was the author of How to Look at Buildings published in 1932.
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