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Join us on the 18th of September for drinks, nibbles and a curated exhibition celebrating our collaborations and diverse portfolio of work ranging from projects in and around Pimlico to international masterplans and developments, as part of the London Design Festival 2017.

Located in a converted school, the practice was formed almost 25 years ago by a small group wishing to push boundaries and bring a fresh approach to architecture; to encourage clients to think of the process of ‘place-making’ rather than simply ‘building’. This approach has resulted in the practice working with some of the most high profile properties and impeccable addresses in central London, earning the practice a prestigious place in Country & Townhouse Magazine’s ‘Great British Brands’ publication, alongside other Pimlico Road Design District colleagues.

With a mindfulness and inherent understanding of traditional values and architectural heritage, and a desire to create world class architecture, PDP London has been pivotal in shaping the built landscape and public realm both in London and further afield. Our emphasis is on designing great places to live, work and play – making a real and sustained contribution to the future of our built heritage.

Continuing our success in the super prime residential market, we have evolved to export this brand of architecture internationally, starting by working with Grosvenor to re-envision the ethos and quality of the London residential brand in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Japan, and more recently expanding to work in Canada, India and the Middle East.

The practice places great value on working with other leading designers across all disciplines, including other members of the Pimlico Road Design District and we are very excited to be part of the London Design Festival this year, helping to establish the area as a must-visit destination for craftsmanship and quality.

Click here to visit the London Design Festival website.