BDP’s Bristol studio offers international design excellence to the south west and Wales. Our multidisciplinary team of architects, landscape designers and urbanists, engineers and technical staff allows us to be responsive, informed and adaptable, which has resulted in our enviable record in delivering award winning design.
Sheerwater is transforming the centre of Woking by creating 1200 new homes, a commercial civic centre and a community hub. This regeneration challenge involves an existing community, re-housed, with high quality market homes designed around a 7 acre heathland park, car free communal green streets, pocket parks and podium gardens.
Bristol studio chair Nick Fairham makes his top five predictions for next year.
This year our Christmas charities programme has pledged more than £33,000 to 19 charities local to our studios.
The £350m Grange University Hospital (GUH) in Gwent, South Wales opens to patients today, Tuesday 17 November, four months ahead of schedule, in a bid to help the Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB) respond to winter pressures and Covid-19.
Nick Durham, head of the Cardiff studio, outlines how the shift to hyper-local high streets, sped up by the Covid pandemic, offers a boost to wellbeing, communities and local economies and a chance to reinvent urban design.
This week we’re celebrating Tomorrow’s Engineers Week and, as ever, we want to inspire as many young people as possible to consider this creative, exciting and rewarding profession as a career path.
Our collaborative and innovative work on Southmead Hospital in Bristol has won a national planning award.
As the importance of integrating social value into design increases Beth Bourrelly explores its effects on social cohesion, wellbeing and happiness.
Prior to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the workplace was already in transition. Now, with companies having been forced to embrace remote working, we are in a whole new world, catapulted into the future of working practices.