“We create attractive and accessible external spaces — vital in the creation of successful communities.” Andrew Tindsley, chair of landscape
Whether urban or rural, the external environment helps to shape and define the places we live, work and spend our leisure time in. Our landscape architects are engaged with projects across the UK and overseas, protecting and enhancing the natural landscape or working with clients and communities to create ‘smart’ green masterplans, imaginative urban spaces, lively parks and attractive settings for new development. Our aspiration is to create landscapes which balance the needs of people with those of the wider environment
We are experienced designers in many sectors of the built environment, helping to create new landscapes for education, healthcare, retail, and workplace development, as well as enhancing the public realm in many of our urban centres. Our work starts by engaging with people, then retains them at the centre of the design process.
For further information please download our Landscape Architecture brochure on placemaking
Life + Art + Light + Soul = Place.
Jo is one of our landscape architects in Bristol studio. In this short video she tells us about her career in BDP.
Our architects, landscape architects and lighting designers collaborated as one to design and redevelop a previously unused area into a beautiful and tranquil new public space for people to visit and use.
The film documents the design process and the ideas behind this exciting project.
Our architects, landscape architects, lighting and sustainability consultants designed the pavilion as part of a team led by Nottingham-based artist Wolfgang Buttress and including contractor Stage One and structural engineer Tristan Simmonds.
BDP has designed proposals to improve the roads surrounding London’s Berkeley Square, with better streets and world-class public realm for all.
BDP has been commissioned by the University of Strathclyde to design a £41m teaching and learning building.
An extension to the Academy of Innovation and Research (AIR) on Falmouth University's Penryn Campus has received planning permission
The National Army Museum has unveiled its dramatic transformation and reopens on 30 March after a three year redevelopment programme.
Landscape architects Emily Beedham and Darrell Wilson have been working with the Castlefield Forum to develop a masterplan for the Roman Gardens off Liverpool Road in Castlefield.
The Hive at Kew Gardens has won the award for best design for a temporary landscape at the Landscape Institute Awards.
BDP has won an international competition to design a new library in the Jiangbei district of Nanjing. The winner was chosen from six competitors and responds to the rich and distinctive character of Nanjing while boosting Jiangbei’s presence as an up-and-coming cultural area.
Clatterbridge Cancer Centre was granted planning permission on 28 June by Liverpool’s planning committee.