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.
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.
Architect Director Ged Couser has been elected as the new President of the Manchester Architects, formerly known as the Manchester Society of Architects.
Manchester studio is delighted to host an evening with artist Wolfgang Buttress who will talk about the Hive, the centrepiece of the multi-award winning UK Pavilion at the 2015 Milan Expo, and its recent relocation to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
BDP’s Manchester studio is entering three teams into this year’s JLL Property Triathlon North, jointly sponsored by the Peel Group, raising money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation and The Christie.
Manchester studio architect director Mark Braund will present the keynote address at the University of Central Lancashire’s business networking lunch before the DS16 awards and private view.
Head of Acoustics, Gavin Stevenson will host an Institute of Acoustics (IOA) north west branch evening meeting with a presentation by Dr Philip Harrison, forensic analyst at J P French Associates.
LJMU was granted planning permission today for the University’s new £100m flagship building on Copperas Hill. BDP won the commission to refurbish the former Royal Mail Centre close to Lime Street Station in July 2014.
The UK Pavilion, Milan Expo has won both a Pro Tem Award and the Pro Tem Special Award at the Civic Trust Awards, announced on 4th March. The Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde won a Commendation and our environmental engineers worked on the Manchester Central Library which also won.