WE DON’T DESIGN FORMULAIC SHOPPING CENTRES; WE CREATE URBAN ENVIRONMENTS THAT RESPOND INTELLIGENTLY TO PLACE. Jeremy Sweet, head of retail
We are at the forefront of retail design with an established reputation for completing innovative and successful projects for our clients.
Our projects range from urban solutions in open streets, partially covered streets and arcades to stand alone destinations which are fully enclosed. They demonstrate a range of configurations from single level to multilevel arrangements to maximise a site’s value. Each solution is unique and responds to the individual brief and location.
For more information, please see our Retail and Mixed Use brochure.
Justin is based in our London studio and leads a talented team of retail and residential designers from the UK, USA, Europe and Asia working primarily on residential developments and shopping centre refurbishments and extensions, both in the UK and internationally.
To find out more about our retail and mixed use team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
BDP Quadrangle’s landmark, innovative designs at 80 Atlantic and Yonge Sheppard Centre have been recognised at the Toronto Urban Design Awards.
We have completed phase one of the new St James Quarter, Edinburgh to create a new destination in the heart of the Scottish capital.
Garry Wilding assesses the seismic shift in the retail industry in recent years and how a global pandemic, technology and the economy has changed the way we shop.
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.
In conjunction with our partners, McKeon Group, we have been awarded the retail prize at the 2020 Fit Out Awards for our work at Royal Hibernian Way in Dublin.
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.
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.