BDP is a well established interdisciplinary design studio in the Netherlands.
It offers the best of British and Dutch expertise in masterplanning, urban design, landscape design and architecture for projects worldwide.
Conradstraat 38 D6.126
3013 AP Rotterdam
T +31 1074 70062
The studio works across the majority of sectors, bringing in creative ideas from each industry and encouraging teams to think beyond constrains. Our urbanism team fuses the talents of landscape architects, urban planners and urban designers to deliver sophisticated development frameworks, masterplans and remodelling and regeneration strategies. The new studio in Architecture is working on a diversity of projects in the sectors education, residential and mixed-use.
Over the past 20 years the growing team of designers at BDP has worked on a whole range of projects from inception to successful completion. Through its interdisciplinary approach (a team of urban planners, landscape architects and technical designers, architects and project leaders) and clear vision, the office is involved from visualisation to the realisation of a project.
Urban design, architecture and engineering should be seamless — that’s why our approach is integrated and interdisciplinary.
As the importance of integrating social value into design increases Beth Bourrelly explores its effects on social cohesion, wellbeing and happiness.
Architect Björn Bleumink describes how adaptive eco-systems can transform measures for water mitigation into an asset to enhance the public realm.
Ged Couser looks at the challenges of designing cancer hospitals that facilitate the concept of team science in both research and treatment.
BDP has appointed Björn Bleumink as architect director to lead its Rotterdam studio.
The challenges of designing for communities with too much or too little water.
BDP has won the Düsseldorf Ulmer Höh design competition to redevelop a former prison site in Germany. BDP’s Dutch studio was up against five German practices for the 5 hectare mixed use urban redevelopment project.
Last Saturday (May 28) was ‘The Day of the Railway Zone’ in Tilburg.