Our stunning Manchester studio overlooking the Piccadilly Canal Basin is recognised as one of the best new buildings in the city. Designed by BDP, the studio sets new standards for energy efficiency in the North West of England.
BDP, PO Box 85, 11 Ducie Street, Manchester, M60 3JA
Manchester Studio is home to an interdisciplinary team of award winning architects, engineers, designers and urbanists. The team’s portfolio covers a wide range of sectors, scales, clients and building types. Recently completed projects include Oldham Town Hall redevelopment, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Victoria Station Manchester, BOXPARK Croydon and the relocation of our UK Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo to the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
The BDP designed studio, situated along the Piccadilly Basin, provides large open-plan areas including a central hub space at ground floor level with views over the canal, creating an inspiring environment for meeting, thinking and creating.
Bright Building is the first building in our masterplan for Manchester Science Park and is home to CityVerve - Innovate UK’s Internet of Things city demonstrator. Find out more about the office building in ArchDaily's overview.
Details of a £30m masterplan by BDP to transform the area surrounding some of York’s most important and sensitive landmarks have been made public.
The plans for stations in Bradford, Halifax and Middlesbrough were all announced by their respective local councils within days of each other.
Sheffield Hallam University has revealed its new campus masterplan which places it at the heart of the city.
The biggest Boxpark to date has been granted planning permission from the London Borough of Brent.
Planning permission has been granted for a new student centre and civic square as part of the University of Central Lancashire’s £200m masterplan.
The Ordsall Chord, a 300m stretch of rail track and a series of new bridges and viaducts in Manchester designed by BDP, has now completed.
Manchester studio’s Rodrigo O’Malley asks if our current housing crisis is, in many aspects, a reflection of our professional failure to critically engage with space and society.