"Our team works across many related design fields. Each designer possesses a combination of complementary skills and talents in wayfinding, information and graphic design." Marc Jenkins, head of graphic design
Our interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to problem-solving—a culture that blends architecture, environmental graphic design and many other BDP design services— delivers integrated solutions across international markets.
From our studios in London and Manchester, our experience spans more than 40 years, and we are proud to have a portfolio of projects and clients across the globe. Our dynamic team combines key creative skills and specialist knowledge, including wayfinding, graphic and information design, project management, product design, construction expertise and delivery.
Our work connects people to brands and places in a myriad of meaningful ways – it’s about deepening connections and influencing positive behaviour. We do this by harnessing the story, culture, values and vision specific to your brand, and weaving this into tailored environmental graphics that transform indoor and outdoor environments spanning workplaces to retail, hospitality, healthcare and public spaces.
Stretching far beyond aesthetics alone, our work promises greater brand equity, empowered employees and unique visitor experiences.
The wayfinding scheme for the new Barton Science Centre at Tonbridge School, gently combines the sign components with the architectural materials, while also providing up to date and flexible information in key areas.
Under the Flyover is a proposed ‘pop up’ shop and food stall development located under the Magdalen Street flyover in Norwich.
We were asked to produce a signage masterplan and develop this through to tender and construction for the whole site of the New Covent Garden Market.
Working closely with PwC, we offer an interior and workplace design consultancy service that supports and enhances its brand.
A unique approach to hospital wayfinding that followed extensive consultation with patient and user stakeholders to identify the core wayfinding issues. The result is a solution seen by many as setting a benchmark for wayfinding in hospitals.
Exchange Station is a Victorian railway station that has been transformed into one of Liverpool’s largest commercial office buildings.
The new wayfinding scheme for the University of Wales is shown here in the Newport campus. We designed a scheme that takes reference from the new architecture, including a series of supergraphics. The supergraphics bring character and personality to the building and work alongside the clean lines of the sign system.
To find out more about our graphic design team's work and recent projects have a look at their latest brochure.
BDP’s sensitive refurbishment of Lancaster Castle has been awarded a prestigious national prize by the Civic Trust.
We have completed the innovative transformation of a school sports hall in Rochdale to create an exciting suite of classrooms, dining and social spaces. The new facility will enable the Watergrove Trust to meet an urgent demand for school places and accommodate more teaching and associate staff jobs for the area.
Wayfinding is the process of navigating from one place to another. In its schematic form, it is a string of decision-making points.
BDP has won two of the top awards at this year’s Teambuild. Team R.O.O.T won the Procurement Prize, and Martha Andrews won the Leadership Prize for the most promising individual competitor.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
We are living in a time when companies like Airbnb and Google are led by creatives, and not just business and management graduates.
The wayfinding and graphic design team at BDP attended the last Sign Design Talk of 2018. Here are some take aways from the evening:
Senior wayfinding strategist and designer Lili Larratea explains how wayfinding is a collaborative and people-centred process that directly affects the overall experience of a space. Previous to BDP, she was the lead wayfinding designer for London Luton Airport, Tate St. Ives and the V&A Museum.