BDP has been recognised as a major player in the design industry with placement on Interior Design's prestigious Top 100 Giants list for the second year in a row, moving up the rankings to #66 from #91.
The influential magazine takes stock of the global design industry each year, releasing rankings for Top 100 Giants, Rising Giants, Healthcare Giants and Hospitality Giants. Prior to joining BDP, our Toronto studio, then known as Quadrangle, was a regular entry on the Rising Giants list, reaching #14 in 2018.
Caroline Robbie, Principal in our Toronto Studio, said: “It’s so gratifying to see us move up this prestigious list of amazing design practices. The expertise, services and resources that we now offer alongside BDP’s 60 years of experience in world-class design is benefitting our practice, our clients and the places we are creating.
“Our passion for design excellence is as profound as it ever has been and is seeing us create better places that are more creative, inclusive and accessible for all. We will continue to go from strength to strength and we are already looking forward to next year’s rankings.”
In 2021, we completed a range of world-class, innovative and inclusive interior designs in the UK, including a major office refurb on London Wall, a new north London hub for Asset Manager, MEAG, a 20,000sq m project for PwC in Belfast and a new HQ for Eversheds Sutherland in Manchester, two of four projects shortlisted for the British Council of Offices Awards this year.
In Canada, we completed a variety of office, workspace and entertainment projects including the interior design of Rogers Communication’s Sportsnet Studios in downtown Toronto.
Mark Simpson, Chair of Design, adds: “Our profession is enjoying a period of growth across many sectors internationally – to be listed as one of the Top 100 Global Giants is a fantastic achievement and confirms our status as a global player.”
Visit interiordesign.net/research/top-100-giants-2022/ for the full list and insight into the current state of the interior design market.