The American School of Paris offers an international academic programme to students aged 3-18 from 50 different countries around the world.
Urbanism Principal Francis Glare is one of the speakers on the final day of the York Festival of Ideas when he joins fellow panellists to discuss the reimagining of this historic city with its unique mix of heritage and hi-tech.
Information Technology and Process director Alistair Kell is a speaker at this year’s Createch conference, which brings together leaders from the creative and media sectors to share their future vision with the creative technology sector.
Four projects BDP has worked on are shortlisted in the British Construction Industry Awards 2018.
BDP is supporting this year’s Deloitte Ride Across Britain in September when a team of seven from our Manchester and Sheffield studios will cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats in aid of charity.
Plans to transform a post-war housing estate, in Woking, Surrey, into a vibrant, sustainable community have been revealed.
Two BDP designed projects, One Angel Square and Brunel Building, Southmead Hospital have won RIBA regional awards.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital was voted BBC People’s Choice Award Building of the Decade at the Insider Property North West Awards, where BDP also won Architect Practice of the Year.
Architect director Kathryn Tombling is one of the presenters for Identi-kucha, a light-hearted debate on what makes a great practice name.
To celebrate this year’s International Women in Engineering Day our London studio engineers are hosting a networking evening.
Architect Director Yuli Cadney-Toh was interviewed by BBC Points West to highlight the growing need for taller buildings in the Bristol region.