"BDP’S COMBINATION OF HERITAGE EXPERTISE AND DESIGN CREATIVITY LEADS TO INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND ENVIRONMENTS, GIVING THEM A NEW VITALITY AND A TRULY SUSTAINABLE FUTURE." Alan Davies, head of heritage
Our heritage teams have undertaken the complex refurbishment of internationally renowned theatres, concert halls, museums and other cultural institutions. We have succeeded in preserving and enhancing their character whilst discreetly adapting them, functionally and technically, to make them truly fit for purpose in the 21st century.
Our built heritage defines who we are and represents a great source of inspiration, creativity and emotional growth. Our sensitive approach to its conservation and adaptation reinforces the values we place in our past, present and future - ensuring we deliver imaginative and far-reaching projects.
Specialist skills include conservation, innovative use of sustainable materials, intimate understanding of site significance and building history and creative-led design philosophy. We are also able to benefit our clients with our expertise in working collaboratively with statutory authorities to ease projects through the necessary legislative phases.
Our designs for a mixed use 253-home development at Weir Mill, Stockport have been submitted for planning and listed building consent.
Our plans for the regeneration of York’s historic Castle Gateway area have taken a major step forwards, following the City of York Council’s decisions to grant full planning consent for two landmark projects.
Andrew Loke advocates considered masterplanning for cohesive, sustainable development in South East Asia, to maintain the ecological balance and reinforce the natural heritage of the region.
Architect director Il'ìč Testoni explains how the careful repair and refurbishment of the Grade II listed Old Admiralty Building brings out the personality of this much loved building, ready for the next chapter in its history.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Design proposals for Parliament’s Northern Estate were launched for consultation on 8 May.
Gary Dicken explains how Qasr Al Hosn has been restored and now stands as its nation’s living memorial and the narrator of Abu Dhabi’s history.
Abu Dhabi’s oldest building Qasr Al Hosn has reopened to the public as a museum, following a ten year restoration project.