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PDP London
An exciting architectural and interior design studio, delivering high-profile projects around the world

For 25 years architectural practice PDP London has been pivotal in shaping the London landscape. From delivering hotels such as 45 Park Lane, in collaboration with Thierry Despont, to grand-scale developments like Chelsea Barracks and Lillie Square, this is a studio working with some of the most high-profile properties and impeccable addresses in the capital. Known for its progressive and innovative architecture, PDP London’s values are firmly rooted in quality and excellence, as seen at the quintessentially British Ivy Chelsea Garden restaurant on King’s Road – and the beautifully appointed apartments above it – and the company’s defining work for Capco’s prime residential portfolio in Covent Garden, including the Southampton, the Beecham, 4 Henrietta Street and 14-15 King Street.

Their all-round understanding of the architectural, building and design processes streamlines overall delivery for the client and sets the practice apart, both in London and further afield

The story began in a converted school in Belgravia, when Paul Davis & Partners was formed by a small group of architects wanting to push the boundaries and bring a fresh approach to architecture – encouraging clients to think of the process as ‘place-making’, rather than simply building. Refusing to work to an imposed house style, their architectural philosophy was, ‘and always will be’, founded on a rigorous design process that aims to produce beautiful, bespoke solutions for clients – an ethos they’ve carried over into their new work with interiors.


In 2010 the company opened an office in Hong Kong and, five years later, to mark the success and evolution of the company, it was rebranded as PDP London. More recently, after securing its first project in Cuba, the company opened an office in Madrid, while in London the office has relocated to Eccleston Yards, a creative hub for independent businesses on the boundary of Victoria and Belgravia.


Their small but thriving team of interiors experts was seeded by delivering both residential and commercial concepts in collaboration with leading global interior designers – the likes of LINLEY, Helen Green, Martin Brudnizki and Nicky Haslam – earning invaluable knowledge for developing PDP London’s own interior design studio. With their solid background in technical precision as well as in producing detailed construction packages, the interior design studio quickly went from strength to strength as the company delivered both architecture and interiors for myriad projects.

Their all-round understanding of the architectural, building and design processes streamlines the overall delivery for clients and sets the practice apart from others in the industry, both in London and further afield.

Currently working across a range of projects, including the reimagining of an exquisite Grade I-listed crescent overlooking Regent’s Park (with an elegant 1820 facade by John Nash), PDP London continues to collaborate with other leading designers across all disciplines.

Its delivery of contemporary structures, together with experience of the sensitive restoration of vernacular buildings, sets the company apart in prestigious, unique and historic projects across London and internationally. The result is timeless design of lasting quality, creatively tailored to each client’s needs. The future looks bright as PDP London continues to secure and deliver ever more challenging projects, expanding their portfolio in new and exciting directions.