Architecture 519 recently attended the launch of The Works Skate park’s new 2020 Aspiration initiative. This initiative which A519 have been supporting through the design of a new Eco-School ‘The Works’ which aims to provide a supportive environment, providing sport and education facilities with the aim of getting one of their students to the Tokyo… Read more »
Posts Categorised: Charity
Another inspiring day at the University of Huddersfield for A519 Design Associate Lee Holmes. This is the 9th year Lee has been involved as a visiting external reviewer for the final year Thesis students. A lot of great early stage work presented and a lot of promising schemes, which will be developed over the… Read more »
On the 16th July some of our team are competing in the ‘Edge to Edge’ charity challenge in the lake district to raise money for the Airedale Hospital Maternity Fund. This follows a very challenging time for one of our team and his family during which they received wonderful support from the team in the… Read more »
Architecture519 are organising our annual Charity Challenge event in support of Martin House Children’s Hospice in Leeds.
Just like last year a beautiful day welcomed our annual charity challenge. The event hosted by Distant Horizons in and around the Lake District is now in its third year and 2014 was one of the best yet!
This year there is a team at Architecture 519 organising a challenge event in support of Harrogate Special Care Baby Unit who are raising money (£50k) for two new ventilators.
Although it seems a long time ago we have now recovered from our ‘Longest Highest’ charity challenge. The Architecture 519 team along with a few friends completed the event in 11hrs 20mins, picking the hottest day of the year so far to do it! Well done to everyone and many thanks to all our sponsors we raised over our £1500 target for the HALE Project in Shipley. Here are a few pics from the day.
Comic Relief 2009 and Architecture 519 turned on the style for a ‘Wear it Red’ day with all of the team declaring at least one red item of clothing. Although there were no red suspenders (on show), the contributions ranged from baggy red pants (worn suitably outside of the trousers) through to 1980’s throw-back red… Read more »