"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 solution across international markets.
From our studios in London and Manchester, our dynamic team combines key creative skills and specialist knowledge. These include wayfinding, graphic and information design, project management, product design, construction expertise and delivery.
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.
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.
The Brunel Building at Southmead Hospital in Bristol has won Best Healthcare Design over 25,000sqm at the European Healthcare Design Awards.
AstraZeneca marked a key milestone in its successful move to Cambridge with the topping out of its new state-of-the-art strategic R&D centre and global corporate headquarters at the heart of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC).
BDP has been commissioned by the University of Strathclyde to design a £41m teaching and learning building.
Nippon Koei President Ryuichi Arimoto talks about the collaboration between BDP and Nippon Koei and the joint vision to be the world’s leading integrated architecture, design and engineering firm delivering world class design solutions which enhance the communities they serve.