Our London studio is BDP’s largest, with a multi-discipline community of 350 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.
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.
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.
Adam works on global projects which range from complex roof and facade structures to educational facilities and large scale headquarter developments for defence, retail, transport, commercial and healthcare clients. Adam has over 16 years’ experience, specialising in designing laboratory and healthcare projects.
Retail director Gregory Fonseca explains how trust, shared values, reciprocity and mutual respect leads to building enduring and successful client relationships.
Westgate, a major retail led mixed use development in Oxford opens to the public. It comprises a full range department store, over 100 retail units ranging in size, and 30 restaurants and cafes.
An interdisciplinary team from BDP has won the design competition for the Phase 4 redevelopment of Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
As part of the New London Architecture (NLA) Insight Study, London’s Towns: Shaping the polycentric city, a number of BDP projects have been highlighted as examples demonstrating London’s new wave of development.