Our characterful London studio is situated in a converted brewery; the vast reception space hosts a multitude of social and educational events.
16 Brewhouse Yard
London EC1V 4LJ
T +44 20 7812 8000
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.
Two new state-of-the-art hospital buildings will bring Elderly Care, General Medicine, HIV and Clinical Infection wards up to modern standards, and establish the hospital as the Major Trauma Centre for the region. The new build will include 361 beds, 65% of which will be in single en-suite rooms, a helipad and additional parking spaces underground.
A modernised station with a new entrance and step-free access between the street and all services at the station.
Our masterplan for The Rock took into account the historical street pattern and public realm context to give the scheme its own identity, and make visual connections to local landmarks.
On a very tight urban site, the building responds by layering activities vertically and integrates the Business School, and the School of Art, Media and Design.
A new river channel has been created, meandering through the centre of the open space, providing a focus for the park and drawing people in.
Award winning, BREEAM Excellent office building that supports collaboration and agile working.
Brown Hart Gardens is an elevated public square over a listed substation immediately adjacent to Oxford Street.
Ground-breaking residential scheme celebrates the great outdoors. We planned the location and orientation of ten mixed long and tall houses to capture the sunpath and minimise overshadowing.
Simon is head of London studio and South Region Chair. He also heads the design management group across the practice.
Graham is an architect principal and is the design lead on our largest interdisciplinary project, the restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster.
Mark is a Principal and Board Director. He is Chair of the Design profession, a global team of interior and graphic designers, workplace strategists and wayfinding experts. He is also head of the Workplace sector at BDP.
Andrew is a principal and leads the environmental design group in BDP.
Dipesh is an architect and urban designer and leads BDP Pattern, our sports and entertainment division.
Andrew is a principal.
Nick is a principal, chair of the landscape architecture profession and leads the London studio urbanism team.
Benedict is a principal and chair of the architecture profession. He leads the London studio health team of architects, engineers, interior designers and other specialists.
Adrian is a principal and leads our London team on retail-led mixed-use schemes.
Chris is a principal and executive director for the southern region.
Kathryn is an architect and principal in the London studio and also joint head of our housing sector work.
James is an architect and principal and he has contributed to many of the workplace studio's award winning projects.
John is a principal and leads our civil and structural engineering group across the practice.
James is a principal and leads engineering teams on projects across all sectors, working closely with the architects to design sustainable buildings.
BDP’s new architectural installation at Senate House has created a symbol of opportunity and a new canvas for students in the shadow of the University of London’s flagship building. The ‘Senate House Steps’ is an inspiring and social space to inhabit and a place that cohorts are now taking ownership of, within the heart of the University estate.
Professional cyclists and para-cyclists might move quicker than the speed of light, but for this year’s Commonwealth Games at Lee Valley VeloPark, BDP’s lighting team has delivered an efficient and effective lighting scheme that keeps pace.
We were delighted to celebrate the topping out milestone at Google’s new King’s Cross Building last week and see the final steel beam put into place.
We have overseen the completion of the first of 40 community NHS diagnostic centres opening in England, reusing the NHS Nightingale Hospital equipment.
Whitechapel Elizabeth line station has opened after being handed over to Transport for London. Sitting within the Whitechapel Market Conservation area, the design of the new station retains the distinctive and historic buildings constructed more than 100 years ago.
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.