2018 Resolution

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Now that 2018 is in full swing we have made a resolution to take some time to share interesting and inspirational things our team have discovered. They are shared regularly in the studio and it seems a shame to keep them to ourselves! Not restricted to Architecture our discoveries cover everything from interesting people, inspirational… Read more »

Rural Home Extension Gets Approval

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Planning permission has been granted by Leeds City Council for a two-storey extension to a stone-built property in Alwoodley, Leeds. The existing house forms part of a courtyard of stone and slate former farm buildings that sit within the green belt. It also benefits from a large rear garden with views across the countryside beyond…. Read more »

Augmented Reality

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Architecture 519 continue to develop how we present our designs, in order to engage the client throughout the design process, allowing them better understand the complexities of a design. This has been prevalent in our successful incorporation of Virtual Reality (VR) within the design process. We have recently been having fun experimenting with Augmented Reality… Read more »

Hovingham Primary School Completes

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Working with Interserve Construction Ltd, Integra Buildings, and Portakabin for LCC a phased construction programme which stated out from a draft feasibility study in mid 2016 lead to a year long project to deliver a KS2 facility, an Early Years Village [EYV], and internal remodelling and refurbishment works to take the existing school capacity to over… Read more »

More Schemes Submitted For Planning

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Architecture 519 continues to be busy designing a variety of schemes which have been submitted for planning within the last few weeks. These include a large scale sub-urban, landscape led masterplan in the Midlands; a number of contemporary, small scale infill developments on challenging sites in the south-west; a one-off redevelopment of a former farmstead… Read more »

Architecture519 Workshop at Garforth Academy

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Architects from Architecture 519 involved in the Skelton Lake Motorway services project, Leeds attended a design Workshop with 6th Form pupils at Garforth Academy. The event organised by Denis Enuson of Extra Motorway Services. 50 students from Year 12 from Garforth Academy took part in a virtual in-school launch from Extra Motorway Services, asking them to… Read more »

A519 Gain Bloom Accreditation

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We are pleased to announce Architecture 519 is now an accredited Bloom supplier which means that any Bloom member or associate member of NEPO may now request our services through the Bloom neutral vendor solution. Bloom specialises in bringing together a wide range of buyers and suppliers to help the public sector buy professional services… Read more »

One-off House Gets Green Light

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Architecture 519 have successfully achieved planning approval for a one-off house in a suburb of Bradford, set on the fringe of Greenbelt in the Aire Valley. Using a refined palette of brick and blackened timber in a simple agricultural style to suit to its environs, the house will also provide an artist’s private studio space… Read more »