BDP’s Bristol studio offers international design excellence to the south west and Wales. Our multidisciplinary team of architects, landscape designers and urbanists, engineers and technical staff allows us to be responsive, informed and adaptable, which has resulted in our enviable record in delivering award winning design.
Sheerwater is transforming the centre of Woking by creating 1200 new homes, a commercial civic centre and a community hub. This regeneration challenge involves an existing community, re-housed, with high quality market homes designed around a 7 acre heathland park, car free communal green streets, pocket parks and podium gardens.
Plans have been submitted for a new 45,000 sq ft Grade A office development for Basingstoke as part of a wider programme of regeneration.
Architect director Yuli Cadney-Toh explores the future of Bristol's housing with Elena Marco of UWE, discussing micro-vs-macro, experimental cities and infrastructure.
Landscape architect direct, Martin Jones, discusses how a green web may be more beneficial to the West of England rather than the traditional greenbelt
Our Bristol studio has become the first business to sign up to plant One Tree Per Employee.
Nick Fairham spoke at a Bristol Housing Festival and RIBA event, 'Architecture & Housing' illustrating how innovative design can ease the housing shortage and re-energise communities in Bristol.
Healthcare specialist, Adrian Hitchcock, talks about how two BDP projects, Grange University Hospital and Wexham Park Hospital, are pushing the boundaries of modern emergency department design.
Wexham Park Hospital’s new Emergency Assessment Centre has been shortlisted for Building Magazine’s project of the year.