We create innovative buildings to enhance students’ educational experience, as well as providing a valuable resource for the community to use. Gavin Elliott, head of education
We place the user at the heart of the design process to create the very best educational environments that inspire and nurture the people who use them.
Our designs create a real life environment for skills training. We are committed to working within a socially progressive culture and our success is based on our desire to find creative solutions for the mainstream issues that face today’s society.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Daniel Walder advocates designing schools for a more blended approach to the social and academic aspects, with spaces that encourage and enhance social interaction as part of the school experience.
Manchester principal Sue Emms has been shortlisted in the Transformational Leader category for the Northern Power Women Awards.
As traditional architectural training is increasingly challenged education director Sue Emms describes emerging pathways into the profession and explains that practices have an increasing role to play in ensuring a socially inclusive and dynamic architectural profession for the future.
Nippon Koei President Ryuichi Arimoto talks about the collaboration between BDP and Nippon Koei and the joint vision to be the world’s leading integrated architecture, design and engineering firm delivering world class design solutions which enhance the communities they serve.
The Princess Royal officially opened the new £50m Inverness College UHI building designed by BDP on 17 November.
First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones and Minister for Education and Skills Huw Lewis have officially opened Cardiff and Vale College’s £45m new city centre campus in the heart of the Welsh capital.
When: Sunday 13th April – Tuesday 15th April Where: University of Roehampton, Whitelands College, Holybourne Avenue, London SW15 4JD