BDP’s London studio is hosting a debate on the subject of gentrification and the increasing number of protests around the country over the sale of council stock to the private sector.
The Civic Trust Awards, which is in its 59th year, took place on Friday 9th March at the Old Trafford.
BDP has been appointed to the Indian Ministry of Railways’ framework to prepare masterplans and concept designs for station projects across the country.
W1B 1AD Architect directors Ruth Atkinson and Kathryn Tombling have been invited to act as mentors at an RIBA Women Leaders Speed-Mentoring evening.
Head of Rotterdam studio, Liesl Vivier, shares Dutch expertise with the challenges of designing for communities with too much or too little water.
As part of the celebrations for International Women’s Day, Bristol director Yuli Cadney-Toh will speak at an RIBA event at the Watershed cinema.
BDP’s team will be heading to Cannes for MIPIM 2018 and our delegates this year will be splitting their time between the London, Manchester and Liverpool stands.
We have been shortlisted in four categories for BD's Architect of the Year Awards, which pinpoint a practice’s overall achievement within a particular sector.
BDP’s design for a £160m world-class, mixed-use and housing development at the western gateway to Leeds city centre has been revealed.
BDP’s Birmingham studio is hosting a housing debate to discuss the current housing shortage and the future demands faced by the city as Birmingham’s population is projected to grow by 156,000 by 2031.
Sheffield Hallam University has revealed its new campus masterplan which places it at the heart of the city.