Urbanism director Anna Sinnott explains how engaging local people is at the heart of what we do, making our expertise available to them and combining our design skills with their in-depth local knowledge to co-produce great streets and public spaces.
Oldham Town Hall and Symthe Library have won two awards in the AJ Retrofit Awards.
Plans for a £300m extension to the Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield have been approved. The new Leisure Hall will add a range of dining and entertainment experiences not currently available at the centre. These include new restaurants, a state-of-the-art cinema, a new café court, gym and other leisure space.
The Lexicon Bracknell is now open to the public. The scheme will bring 580,000 sq ft of new shops, restaurants and leisure to the town as well as a creating a new social and cultural heart.
Several BDP designed buildings and spaces will be open for this year’s Open House London with team members from the projects leading guided tours.
As one of the largest employers of female architects, BDP is proud to join the Women in Architecture Partnership Programme in association with the Architects’ Journal and The Architectural Review.
The Mayor of Yancheng and central Chinese government have selected BDP from a shortlist of five practices to develop Yancheng in south China.
Green light for Heatherwood Hospital redevelopment in Ascot
BDP works closely with artists and recent collaborations have been on projects such as Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, The Hive at Kew, Grosvenor estate in Mayfair and Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
This year we have five projects shortlisted in the AJ Retrofit Awards. We are delighted to have the most projects shortlisted than any other practice.
BDP has completed a new flagship building for Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP). The 70,000 sq ft Bright Building is the new headquarters for CityVerve, Innovate UK’s Internet of Things city demonstrator, as well as the home to various tech businesses.