BDP's design for a new BOXPARK inside a historic Liverpool brewery has been granted planning permission.
BDP has been appointed to design a new school for Zuyderzee Lyceum in the Dutch town of Lemmer for VariO Education Group, and the municipality of De Fryske Marren.
BDP has identified the potential for East New York to benefit from innovative "Meanwhile Use” interventions, in anticipation of construction related to the Interborough Express (IBX).
To help build a better, more diverse future, BDP understands the importance of encouraging as many young, talented individuals as possible to pursue a career in the built environment.
Global multidisciplinary consultancy, BDP, has been appointed to design a state-of-the-art education centre in the North of Amsterdam.
BDP’s new architectural installation at Senate House has created a symbol of opportunity and a new canvas for students in the shadow of the University of London’s flagship building. The ‘Senate House Steps’ is an inspiring and social space to inhabit and a place that cohorts are now taking ownership of, within the heart of the University estate.
David Rudlin, the former director of URBED (Urbanism, Environment and Design) has joined BDP as Urban Design Director.
BDP’s sustainable adaptation of a dilapidated school sports hall into a new social teaching and learning centre has won the ‘school project of the year’ at the prestigious Architects Journal Architecture Awards.
For over a decade, we have been fortunate to welcome young people into our studios through several key partnerships, providing them with meaningful placements and opportunities to experience a variety of professions.
Southend on Sea City council has announced the opening of an innovative business hub and workplace at Airport Business Park in Southend.
BDP has published its results for the financial year ended 30 June 2022. The practice achieved revenues of £136.6m and an operating profit of £13.2m.
For Black History Month 2022, BDP and our EDI network, BDP Belonging, are focusing on celebrating the present, taking opportunities to highlight incredible black design talent in our practice and beyond, whilst also creating space to discuss how we can shape the future of our industry to not only be more diverse but crucially more inclusive.