Stephen is joint head of housing and responsible for BDP's non-London housing projects.
Stephen oversees large scale mixed use and residential masterplans as well as building commissions in workplace, housing, energy, retail and higher education. He is able to apply his detailed understanding of many building types to masterplans and feasibility studies, ensuring proposals which are inspirational, yet credible.
He has guided masterplans for various large scale regeneration schemes, including Backaplan in Sweden, in addition to residential led masterplans which will deliver thousands of new homes. The consistently high quality of his work, across all sectors, has been recognised in numerous awards schemes, including the RIBA Awards, RICS Awards, BCSC Gold Awards and the Civic Trust Special Awards.
Stephen is a member of Sheffield City Council’s Urban Design Review Panel, which encourages high quality design while supporting Sheffield’s aim of becoming a low carbon city.
“Contextual modernism: drawing influence from the specifics of the locality. The continual influx of design talent within the studio is always a source of inspiration.”
Drawing influence from the specifics of the site and the local community I enjoy creating designs which respond to the environment and the people who will use them. The continual influx of design talent within the studio is always a source of inspiration.
Ten new universities open Libya up to the West. Eighteen faculty types — covering all Engineering, Humanities and Health Sciences sectors — will accommodate 38,000 students and there will be 15,000 student residential and 600 staff units.
An office development which sets the standard for design excellence in the city.
Existing concrete cladding panels have been removed and the building is now entirely re-clad in high quality, low maintenance materials.
Blackburn Meadows is a Biomass Power Plant generating energy by converting locally sourced waste wood into electricity. Located in Tinsley, Sheffield on the site of the former cooling towers, it acts as a new landmark signalling a major gateway to the city.
The Castle Mills development forms part of the first phase of the York Castle Gateway Masterplan. Approximately 110 high quality, affordable apartments overlooking the Castle Museum, Clifford’s Tower and Piccadilly, with commercial uses at ground floor level.
Lowfield development comprises a mix of social, affordable, and private housing alongside an 80 bed care home, and a mixed use health facility.
Our plans for the regeneration of York’s historic Castle Gateway area have taken a major step forwards, following the City of York Council’s decisions to grant full planning consent for two landmark projects.
Architect Parisa Kanabar and director Stephen Marshall will present on the first day of this year’s Healthy City Design conference held at the Royal College of Physicians.