BDP Quadrangle is our North American headquarters and since 1986 it has been one of Canada’s leading interdisciplinary architecture, design and urbanism studios.
The Well, 8 Spadina Avenue, Suite 2100
Toronto, ON M5V 0S8
Based in Toronto, BDP Quadrangle’s expertise spans the full spectrum of the built environment including mixed-use, residential, workplace, retail, transit, media environments, education and healthcare. The teams are strategic thinkers who work closely with clients to deliver bold, beautiful and intelligent projects that demonstrate creativity, and are aligned with their strategic and business objectives. BDP Quadrangle is united by a desire to create places that foster wellbeing, inclusivity and sustainable futures.
The Well is formed of seven individual towers, all of which are linked by a central retail spine.
21-storey mixed-use development featuring 15 luxury condominium apartments, 129,000 sf of commercial space and 20,500 sf of retail space.
Conversion of a two-storey heritage structure into a three-storey mixed-use building including commercial and office interiors, food and beverage outlets and a sunken landscaped terrace.
Five-storey wood-frame development featuring single and multi-tenant commercial space, retail space at grade, with two levels of underground parking.
Artscape offices plus workshop spaces alongside new events space, meeting rooms, kitchen and common spaces.
This project includes 47 rental residential units, retail, commercial spaces, daycare and event space across five storeys as well as surface parking and a rooftop terrace.
High-rise condominium of 60 storeys, with retail at grade, art gallery, underground parking, and green roof terraces adjacent to the naturalised Edgeley Park.
Eight-storey commercial office tenant fit-out for media brands with atrium, waterfront access and green roof.
Jeff is a principal, co-head of the media environments team and head of retail and special projects for our North American studios, designing and executing on projects that combine inspired design, advanced technology and complex scheduling challenges.
Laura Rachlin, AIA, LEED AP brings her passions for both the art and science of architecture to her work. She relies on her extensive experience to enable her to creatively approach her responsibilities as the Managing Director of Practice in our North American Studios.
BDP Quadrangle’s innovative, sustainable design for a timber frame workplace project - 60 & 80 Atlantic Avenue - has won Canada’s most prestigious architecture prize.
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.
Sami believes innovations emerge from problem solving rooted in design, technology and business creativity.
The winners of IDA 21 were recently announced and Bata Shoe Factory has received an Honourable Mention from this prestigious award program.
BDP has recorded strong growth and positive financial results for the financial year ended 30 June 2021. The practice achieved an operating profit of £13.6million - an increase of 2% on the previous year.
BDP Quadrangle’s landmark, innovative designs at 80 Atlantic and Yonge Sheppard Centre have been recognised at the Toronto Urban Design Awards.
This year our Christmas charities programme has pledged more than £33,000 to 19 charities local to our studios.
Quadrangle is now operating under the name BDP Quadrangle.