Our stunning Manchester studio overlooking the Piccadilly Canal Basin is recognised as one of the best new buildings in the city. Designed by BDP, the studio sets new standards for energy efficiency in the North West of England.
BDP, PO Box 85, 11 Ducie Street, Manchester, M60 3JA
Manchester Studio is home to an interdisciplinary team of award winning architects, engineers, designers and urbanists. The team’s portfolio covers a wide range of sectors, scales, clients and building types. Recently completed projects include Oldham Town Hall redevelopment, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Victoria Station Manchester, BOXPARK Croydon and the relocation of our UK Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo to the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew.
The BDP designed studio, situated along the Piccadilly Basin, provides large open-plan areas including a central hub space at ground floor level with views over the canal, creating an inspiring environment for meeting, thinking and creating.
Sue was appointed Chair for BDP’s North Region in 2019 and is responsible for guiding the strategy for our Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Leeds, and Liverpool studios. She is also our Sector Head for Education in the north of England having designed and deliver some of our most innovative and award winning education projects.
As the importance of integrating social value into design increases Beth Bourrelly explores its effects on social cohesion, wellbeing and happiness.
Our landscape architects, alongside engineering consultancy, ARUP have designed a new sustainable drainage park in Manchester, UK, which opened on 24 July 2020.
Healthcare director Ged Couser will present the recently opened Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in a webinar jointly hosted by the Save Construction Initiative and Constructing Excellence.
Manchester studio architect associate Phil Ellis will be presenting Merrion House, Leeds as a case study for an RIBA Journal PiP seminar on award winning office developments.
Ged Couser looks at the challenges of designing cancer hospitals that facilitate the concept of team science in both research and treatment.
Architect principal Ged Couser is one of a panel of industry leaders for a Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) webinar on how we have adapted to become more resilient and able to deliver during some of the most challenging of times.
The famous maritime city of Liverpool has a striking new form on the city skyline, that of the curving prow of Clatterbridge Cancer Centre – Liverpool (CCC-L), already nicknamed The Liner.
BDP and Integrated Health Projects (IHP) are proud to have been instrumental in the creation of the Manchester Nightingale Hospital at the Manchester Central Convention Complex that opened officially Friday 17 April.