Our London studio is BDP’s largest, with a multi-discipline community of architects, engineers, designers, and urbanists. The studio has a stimulating range of work, including education, healthcare, science and research, retail, workplace, heritage, and urbanism projects.
It is situated in a characterful converted brewery building in colourful Clerkenwell, and provides a creative and social environment for our people, clients, and collaborators.
Our architects, landscape architects and lighting designers collaborated as one to design and redevelop a previously unused area into a beautiful and tranquil new public space for people to visit and use.
Singapore studio leader Jeremy Farrington talks about how BDP and Nippon Koei are collaborating on large infrastructure projects in South East Asia for greater integration and physical and economic connectivity in the region.
Following the success of last year’s first Pride Glitterball our London studio will be hosting a second event to celebrate diversity in design during Pride season.
The new science centre at Tonbridge School was officially opened on 23rd March by NASA astronauts Dr Michael Foale and Dr Steve Swanson.
The Well, Toronto is one of the city’s current mega projects and Adrian Price summarises our approach to design and placemaking in a city following a vision for sustainable growth.
To celebrate Pride month BDP hosted its first Glitterball on 27 July, in association with RIBA’s Architecture LGBT+ and IALD and sponsored by Zumtobel.
BDP has appointed three new principals who will join the company’s board of directors from 1 July 2018.
The American School of Paris offers an international academic programme to students aged 3-18 from 50 different countries around the world.
Lighting director Colin Ball is a keynote speaker at both Share Belgrade and Share Sofia 2018, the international architecture and engineering forum for innovation and exploration of new materials and technologies.