WE DON’T DESIGN FORMULAIC SHOPPING CENTRES; WE CREATE URBAN ENVIRONMENTS THAT RESPOND INTELLIGENTLY TO PLACE. Peter Coleman, head of retail
We are at the forefront of retail design with an established reputation for completing innovative and successful projects for our clients.
Our projects range from urban solutions in open streets, partially covered streets and arcades to stand alone destinations which are fully enclosed. They demonstrate a range of configurations from single level to multilevel arrangements to maximise a site’s value. Each solution is unique and responds to the individual brief and location.
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BDP Principal and head of retail Peter Coleman has been appointed one of the Mayor of London’s Design Advocates.
BoxPark Croydon has won the Meanwhile category at the New London Awards announced on 5th July at the Guildhall in London.
Retail director Garry Wilding is one of the panellists discussing the future of city food quarters and the High Street for a Future Cities Forum on Art and Science Regeneration.
Architect director Paul Mulligan took part in a London Festival of Architecture event to relive memories of New Covent Garden Market and see how new memories are being created.
Andy Capewell discussses working with treasured historic buildings a specialised architectural skillset. When those buildings fall into disrepair, through their inability to adapt to a changing context, the challenge increases.
Designs have been revealed for The Well, a 3 million sq ft mixed-use development in downtown Toronto.
Aleja Bielany in Wroclaw, Poland has won a commendation at the ICSC European Shopping Centre Awards
It is precisely one year since I made the decision to welcome BDP, a distinguished British interdisciplinary design practice, into the Nippon Koei Group.