Five BDP designed projects have been successful in this year’s RICS Regional Awards, with two of them winning the top accolade of project of the year.
BDP is a fringe partner for this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week with Brewhouse Yard acting as one of the core hubs. London studio is hosting an evening with renowned artist, Wolfgang Buttress, who will talk about The Hive, the centrepiece of the multi-award winning UK Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015.
Plans for a £300m extension to Sheffield’s Meadowhall shopping mall have been unveiled by British Land, ahead of a public consultation due to start in June.
BDP’s model of Whitechapel station is part of a new Crossrail exhibition in the RIBA’s practice space.
Three BDP projects have won awards in this year’s British Council for Offices regional awards.
Construction work on the new National Children’s Hospital in Dublin is expected to start shortly after it was announced today that the scheme has been granted planning permission.
Cardiff and Vale College has won a Royal Society of Architects in Wales Award. The announcement was made on 27 April and means the scheme now goes forward for the RIBA National Awards which will be announced in June.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has had an award winning week winning the top prize in two major award schemes.
BDP is a fringe partner for this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week with Brewhouse Yard acting as one of the core hubs.
The Maxwell Centre at the University of Cambridge officially opened today [7 April]. BDP designed the £26m new building which is a centrepiece for cutting-edge blue skies research and industrial partnerships in the physical sciences.
Responsible for delivering some of our most innovative and award winning schools, Sue Emms leads interdisciplinary teams on a range of projects and is our education sector advisor for northern England
James Hepburn leads engineering teams on projects across all sectors, working closely with the architects to design sustainable buildings. Here he showcases the BREEAM award winning Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia as an example of simple, sustainable design.