“To understand the impact of good interior design, look how we retrofitted our late 19th century London studio; now proving a major draw for prospective employees.” Martin Cook, chair of design
Each client and project is a unique challenge to us and we ensure the resulting environments are exceptional and appropriate. Our objective is to deliver projects that surpass our client’s aspirations.
Our work spans the full range of building types and locations, from a small office fit-out or penthouse apartment to extensive urban complexes comprising retail, office and hotel developments.
Chris is one of our interior designers in London studio. In this short video he tells us about his career in BDP.
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.
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre was granted planning permission on 28 June by Liverpool’s planning committee.
BDP’s architects and interior designers have completed the conversion of a new £6m headquarters for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
BDP has recently completed a major £30m upgrade to the principal office building and public realm at Thomas More Square in London.
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.
PwC Edinburgh was announced as the national winner of the Fit Out of Workplace category at the BCO (British Council for Offices) awards on 6 October in London. BDP was the interior designer for the project.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital was officially unveiled on 1 October after two and a half years of construction, and is now ready for its first intake of patients.