BDP’s Glasgow studio has developed an enviable reputation as a leading practice in Scotland and is situated in the hub of the city’s main shopping area, Buchanan Street.
Glasgow Queen Street Station has been redeveloped to cater for longer, greener trains and increased passenger footfall. We have removed buildings that previously hid the station from view and have created a more spacious and accessible concourse.
The aim of the Technology and Innovation Centre is to facilitate change in the ways that the university and industry engage.
A new two stream primary school and early years facility that accommodates over 400 pupils plus a nursery for 120 children.
The Grade B listed Marr College in Troon has been extensively refurbished and a new extension building added.
Redevelopment of the Garthdee Campus set in 120 acres of mature landscaped site bisected by the River Dee.
The bulk of the new extension is below ground level and provides highly flexible function space.
The bespoke apartments are designed and built to the very highest specification, offering contemporary living in the heart of Scotland’s most vibrant city.
This unique project brought together two councils to share experience and knowledge, to design and deliver innovative cost effective solutions for new secondary schools...
Ed is an Architect Associate and holds the position of Sustainability Champion within our Glasgow Studio.
As the city of Glasgow plays host to the 26th Conference of Parties (COP26), our interdisciplinary design teams continue their efforts to influence global climate change and the sustainability agenda.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Glasgow Queen Street station today to join us in marking the official completion of the station’s £120m Scottish Government-funded transformation.
Our Glasgow studio completed the redesign of the new Learning and Teaching Building at the heart of the University of Strathclyde’s campus.
BDP announces the appointment of Nick Fairham as its new chief executive.
Neilston is set to benefit from a learning and leisure campus as East Renfrewshire Council has approved the design and awarded the contract to our Glasgow studio.
This year our Christmas charities programme has pledged more than £33,000 to 19 charities local to our studios.
Landscape architect Kath MacTaggart explains the value of learning outdoors.