HISTORIC BUILDINGS PRESENT MANY COMPLEXITIES. WE RESPECT THE SENSITIVITIES INVOLVED BUT STILL DELIVER INNOVATIVE AND FAR-REACHING PROJECTS. Tim Leach, architect director
Our heritage teams have undertaken the complex refurbishment of internationally renowned theatres, concert halls, museums and other cultural institutions.
We have succeeded in preserving and enhancing their character whilst discreetly adapting them, functionally and technically, to make them truly fit for purpose in the 21st century.
Specialist skills include conservation, innovative use of sustainable materials, intimate understanding of site significance and building history and creative-led design philosophy. We are also able to benefit our clients with our expertise in working collaboratively with statutory authorities to ease projects through the necessary legislative phases.
The National Gallery of Ireland reopened on 14th June after a three year period of refurbishment.
Head of Dublin studio David Brennan is a speaker at a study day presented by the Irish Georgian Society.
Andy Capewell discussses working with treasured historic buildings a specialised architectural skillset. When those buildings fall into disrepair, through their inability to adapt to a changing context, the challenge increases.
We’re delighted to have won four of the eight categories in this year’s RICS North West regional awards as well as Project of the Year 2017.
It is precisely one year since I made the decision to welcome BDP, a distinguished British interdisciplinary design practice, into the Nippon Koei Group.
The newly opened Guildhall Shopping Centre in Exeter won a prestigious REVO (BCSC) Gold Award at last night’s ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel.
BDP is delighted to have won the contract for the Northern Estate Programme (NEP), the creative adaptation and conservation of a number of historic buildings for the House of Commons.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin today unveiled a plaque to mark the completion of the transformation of Manchester’s Victoria Station, and the end of a complex three year £48.5m project.