Yuli joins BDP with over 25 years’ experience in international architecture including high-rise commercial, aviation, healthcare, residential and broadcasting. She has spent over ten years at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and recently at Wood Bagot, as well as running her own practice Toh Shimazaki.
“I am delighted to join BDP at this very exciting time for the practice. My architectural career has focused on design and ensuring projects are managed from inception to completion to safeguard design intent. I am looking forward to complementing the strong design leadership in BDP’s growing Bristol studio, active in the wider south west region.”
Nick Fairham head of Bristol’s Architecture studio said:
“Yuli brings outstanding experience in design ability and commercial awareness that will be a great asset to the Bristol studio. We look forward to working with her to develop our growing portfolio of work in the region.”
BDP established its Bristol studio in 2003 and in that time has seen it grow to an interdisciplinary team of 60.