BDP’s Bristol studio offers international design excellence to the south west and Wales. Our multidisciplinary team of architects, landscape designers and urbanists, engineers and technical staff allows us to be responsive, informed and adaptable, which has resulted in our enviable record in delivering award winning design.
Sheerwater is transforming the centre of Woking by creating 1200 new homes, a commercial civic centre and a community hub. This regeneration challenge involves an existing community, re-housed, with high quality market homes designed around a 7 acre heathland park, car free communal green streets, pocket parks and podium gardens.
BDP has won six RICS Regional Awards for projects across the UK.
Matthew Mayes discusses why the future of the High Street is about much more than survival of the fittest.
Innovative plans to transform a post-war housing estate in Woking, Surrey, into a new sustainable, community-focused neighbourhood have been given the green light by planners.
Six of our projects are shortlisted for this year's RIBA regional awards, to be announced in May, which are awarded for UK schemes of the highest architectural standard.
Mulberry Park's new Community Hub is now open and includes a 210 place primary school, 70 place children’s nursery and state-of-the art community facilities.
Gloucester Transport Hub is now in full operation following an opening ceremony and public open day on 27 October.
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s new creative and digital centre, Canolfan S4C Yr Egin, was officially opened by the Rt Hon Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister of Wales on 26 October.