BDP has released designs for Wichelstowe district centre which forms the centrepiece of a new flagship housing development in Swindon.
In a celebration of innovative and impactful design, BDP has secured three awards at the 2023 REARD Design Awards. The awards ceremony, hosted by REARD Design, recognised BDP's commitment to excellence in urban renewal, cultural tourism, and global design.
Bristol housing association, Brighter Places, has announced BDP as the winner of its competition to design a 100% affordable home development at Midland Road in Bristol city centre. The development will create a flagship scheme of around 70 energy efficient homes.
BDP’s New York City Studio Director, Rosalind Tsang, has been honoured with the Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation's BEVY Mentorship Award. This recognition is a testament to her outstanding contributions to the field and her dedication to fostering mentorship, diversity, and inclusion within the architectural community.
BDP's meticulous restoration and extension of the Grade II*listed Leighton House secured yet another accolade, claiming victory in the Cultural Project category at the AJ Architecture Awards 2023.
“Proud” is an understatement for this team, who last night took home the coveted “Architectural Practice of the Year” award at the Insider West Midlands Property Awards 2023.
Yas Marina Circuit’s multipurpose venue, The Paddock Club, has benefitted from a significant expansion, thanks to a creative redesign by architects from BDP Pattern.
BDP secured double success at the Learning Places Scotland 2023. The prestigious event recognised BDP's commitment to creating exceptional educational environments, with two of its nominated projects receiving accolades for outstanding design and contribution to the learning experience.
The community in Toronto has come together for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at The Well, where BDP designed the retail and social spaces alongside Hariri Pontarini Architects and Adamson Associates. The ceremony marked the significant completion of commercial, residential, and retail spaces on site, and kicked off The Well’s first year of holiday programming.
The new Baowu Steel Group HQ in Pazhou, China has received government approval and is now advancing to the construction phase. The BDP designed Grade A business headquarters will offer riverside views from all floors, with terraces that bring the dramatic external setting of the river and the adjacent steelworks rooftop, inside.
The University of Reading campus is set to become home to the largest cluster of weather and climate scientists in the world, following agreement to build a new, sustainable, state-of-the-art headquarters for the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) on the University’s Whiteknights campus.
BDP's design for a new school for Zuyderzee Lyceum, in the Dutch town of Lemmer, has commenced construction. The first foundation pile has been installed into the Lemster Polder soil by local piling company, Hoekstra, to mark the exact spot where the entrance will warmly receive the inaugural group of students who will begin their education at the school, in one year's time.