“BDP is a natural fit with Quadrangle,” adds Quadrangle Executive Principal Richard Witt. “We enjoy similar collaborative and supportive cultures, and a passion for design excellence as a means to creating better cities. We are confident that this union will enhance the value that we can offer to our clients.”
Quadrangle is currently completing the Yonge-Sheppard Centre, a large mixed-use development in North Toronto; 80 Atlantic Avenue, Toronto's first wood office building in over one hundred years; and Downtown Markham, a large-scale mixed-use development featuring retail, housing, office and hospitality in a progressive urban setting.
BDP is a dynamic multi-disciplinary practice with services including architecture, interiors, engineering, lighting, acoustics, landscape and urban design. BDP is based in the UK with studios in China, India, Ireland, the Middle East, Netherlands and Singapore. BDP has over 1000 employees and has a strong portfolio of work in a diverse range of sectors including education, healthcare, heritage, residential, cultural, retail, science and research, transport, sport, office and urbanism.
BDP is currently providing full inter-disciplinary design services to restore and safeguard the future of the Palace of Westminster, the seat of the United Kingdom's parliament. In Toronto, BDP has designed a three-level retail podium for RioCan at The Well -- a large mixed-use commercial development, now under construction.
With 378 qualified architects, BDP is the 30th largest architectural practice in the world, according to World Architecture 100, Building Design’s 2019 compendium of the world's biggest practices. Quadrangle is currently ranked at position 94 in the same list.