Our Vision

Our vision for every project is to Add Value through Good Design.

Positive user experience, low maintenance beautiful buildings do not have to cost more.

  • Our transport infrastructure projects add value to Transport Orientated Developments through a better understanding of how railway stations can be designed to support their local community.
  • Our Higher Education buildings are designed to identify opportunity spaces between efficient functional requirements that add value to the student experience.
  • Our regeneration projects add value by achieving higher densities through good design.

"Good Design also means Good Business, reducing costs over the life of Projects" Sir Peter Hendy, Chairman, Network Rail

Our Vision - an example in Higher Education

By listening to the academic team at Middlesex University we were able to make better use of opportunity spaces such as break out zones in corridors and student support functions to enhance learning outcomes for students.

The Ritterman Building, our new science and technology facility at Hendon made use of sustainable technologies, new methods of construction and data management systems to provide a building that can be used as a case study by the students to explore how a building grows over time.

Corporate Social Responsibility

BPR are a part of the community that we work for. There is a lot to be gained from supporting young people and introducing them to the world of architecture and the built environment.

We believe in equal opportunities for all and provide a number of opportunities for young people to take part in our work including:

  • Middlesex University's Global Graduate Programme annual scholarship fund
  • Wandsworth's GCSE student work placement programme
  • RIBA Mentor scheme
  • RIBA Future Architects Pledge
  • Participation in Middlesex Universities' student led design for a showcase pavilion
  • Visiting tutor at Birmingham University school of Architecture

BPR Influence

BPR are actively engaged in influencing the debate on how our built environment must adapt to changes in social and economic values.
See the following events and publications