HISTORIC BUILDINGS PRESENT MANY COMPLEXITIES. WE RESPECT THE SENSITIVITIES INVOLVED BUT STILL DELIVER INNOVATIVE AND FAR-REACHING PROJECTS.
Our heritage teams have undertaken the complex refurbishment of internationally renowned theatres, concert halls, museums and other cultural institutions.
We have succeeded in preserving and enhancing their character whilst discreetly adapting them, functionally and technically, to make them truly fit for purpose in the 21st century.
Specialist skills include conservation, innovative use of sustainable materials, intimate understanding of site significance and building history and creative-led design philosophy. We are also able to benefit our clients with our expertise in working collaboratively with statutory authorities to ease projects through the necessary legislative phases.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Design proposals for Parliament’s Northern Estate were launched for consultation on 8 May.
Gary Dicken explains how Qasr Al Hosn has been restored and now stands as its nation’s living memorial and the narrator of Abu Dhabi’s history.
Abu Dhabi’s oldest building Qasr Al Hosn has reopened to the public as a museum, following a ten year restoration project.
Architect associate Kevin Kelly is a speaker at the third annual PCA (Property Care Association) Structural Waterproofing conference at the University of Warwick.
BDP has revealed designs for the Phase III restoration and refurbishment of the Grade II* listed Leighton House Museum in London.
How do you protect priceless works of art in an upgraded iconic building, achieving close environmental control but keeping all interventions invisible - Dublin studio’s Chris Croly has the solution.
Architecture Today reports the refurbishment of Oldham Town Hall.