London is our largest studio with a multi-discipline community of architects, engineers, designers, and urbanists. The studio has a stimulating range of work, including education, healthcare, science and research, retail, workplace, heritage, and urbanism projects. It is also home to our BDP Pattern team who are specialists in designing world class sporting and entertainment venues.
Our architects, landscape architects and lighting designers collaborated as one to design and redevelop a previously unused area into a beautiful and tranquil new public space for people to visit and use.
Once again, we are taking to the roads with a team from our Bristol and London studios joining the Deloitte Ride Across Britain (RAB) on a 980 mile, nine day cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats.
Climate breakdown and increasing urbanisation both contribute to flood risk. As global cities like London face increasingly extreme weather conditions, whilst also developing more land with roads and buildings, water needs a place to go.
Several of our town masterplan projects have received funding from the UK government. Each will receive part of a £1billion cash injection from the Towns Fund or the Future High Street Fund.
For National Apprenticeship Week, we spoke to three of our apprentices from across the practice during an online roundtable session hosted by Maria Glynn, our apprenticeship programme co-ordinator.
This year our Christmas charities programme has pledged more than £33,000 to 19 charities local to our studios.
BDP has won the contract to redevelop the three hospitals managed by West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust (WHHT).
Robyn Poulson explains how the award winning Centre for Creative Learning at Francis Holland School maximises , and takes the curriculum outdoors to encourage engagement with nature for a beneficial impact on learning, development and creativity.
We have had a double win at the Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) awards which celebrate the work of women in the construction and engineering industries.