AN UNDERSTANDING OF PEOPLE, AND HOW THE PUBLIC INTERACTS WITH BUILDINGS, IS CRITICAL TO CREATING SUCCESSFUL CULTURAL PROJECTS.
We have the requisite skills and experience to design and deliver world class, award winning projects across the full spectrum of the culture and leisure sector.
We have worked for many of the most revered cultural institutions including highly successful concert halls, theatres, museums and visitor attractions.
Many of these projects involve the retention and refurbishment of much loved existing buildings, preserving and enhancing their character whilst discreetly adapting them, both functionally and technically, to make them fit for purpose in the 21st century.
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.
We have been shortlisted in four categories for BD's Architect of the Year Awards, which pinpoint a practice’s overall achievement within a particular sector.
The biggest Boxpark to date has been granted planning permission from the London Borough of Brent.
East Kilbride Leisure Hub, Boxpark Croydon and The Lexicon in Bracknell have been shortlisted in this year's Revo Gold Awards.
Boxpark, creator of the world's first pop-up mall has announced its third venture, Boxpark Wembley.
Oldham Town Hall and Symthe Library have won two awards in the AJ Retrofit Awards.
BDP works closely with artists and recent collaborations have been on projects such as Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, The Hive at Kew, Grosvenor estate in Mayfair and Royal Pharmaceutical Society.