SUCCESSFUL WORKPLACES ARE ABOUT CREATING DISTINCTIVE, VIBRANT AND INSPIRING PLACES IN WHICH PEOPLE CAN INTERACT, ENTERTAIN AND DO BUSINESS. Graham McClements, head of workplace
We have an enviable track record in workplace design, undertaking commissions for some of the world’s biggest brands, including AstraZeneca, BBC, B&Q, PwC and Roche.
Drawing on a vast range of skills, our approach delivers holistic workplaces that support brand and corporate identity along with improved working conditions and productivity.
Google has submitted an application for planning permission to Camden Council for its proposed King’s Cross Campus in London. BDP is lead consultant and design delivery architect for the project, and we are also working on the workplace planning, interior and lighting design.
AstraZeneca marked a key milestone in its successful move to Cambridge with the topping out of its new state-of-the-art strategic R&D centre and global corporate headquarters at the heart of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC).
It is precisely one year since I made the decision to welcome BDP, a distinguished British interdisciplinary design practice, into the Nippon Koei Group.
We have been shortlisted for BD’s Architect of the Year awards in the three categories of Education Architect of the Year (nursery to 6th form), Interior Architect of the Year and Infrastructure Architect of the Year.
We have been appointed as lead consultant and design delivery architect to deliver Google’s new UK headquarters at King’s Cross in London.
The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia was announced as Best of the Best, as well as the national winner of the Corporate Workplace category at this year’s British Council for Offices (BCO) Awards on 4 October.
BDP scooped two awards at this year’s Mixology winning both the medium commercial interior category as well as the public sector interior category which we have now won five times. The awards were announced on 23 June at Old Billingsgate in London.
BDP’s architects and interior designers have completed the conversion of a new £6m headquarters for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.