Rob Cundy, A519 Associate Director, joined a team competing in the Go Outdoors Mountain Mayhem 24hr race, being held for its 20th year. A challenging 11km circuit around the woods of Princess Anne’s residence, Gatcombe Park, and the hottest weekend of the year so far, made it hard work for the team. The result of… Read more »
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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 »
Months of hard work and focus culminated in the Department of Art, Design and Architecture Degree show on Friday of last week. There was as ever a broad spectrum of projects from Foundation, through Undergrads to Diploma Masters Thesis. The final year diploma students are the headline act of the show offering well resolved, and considered… Read more »
From mixed use urban renewal proposals, to a sustainable office development, the Architecture 519 team has had a busy few months producing various feasibility and concept schemes for both existing and new clients. Each project brings its own challenges offering the opportunity to create a unique architectural response.
Architecture 519 have entered the 19th Annual Petanque Tournament for the ColliersCRE Cup, and practice session No.1 [of 1] saw the team realising they aren’t as bad as expected. Although we were actually aiming for the little ball in the middle, we felt maximum coverage to be a positive game plan! Running from May to… Read more »
Architecture519 offer their congratulations to Joe Hobson and Jonathan Martin for the successful outcome of their recent CIAT interview. The application process involved a detailed assessment of experience in relation to four core competency areas; Designing, Practising, Managing, Developing. Supporting evidence was gathered to accompany the application which was evaluated by CIAT moderators to ensure… Read more »
Works are underway at Hovingham Primary School, Harehills, Leeds to deliver a new Key Stage 2 facility, internal reconfiguration works and redressing of the existing Early Years Village with Interserve Construction. All to a critical programme delivery date of September 2017 term start. The Key Stage 2 facility is to be a modular build so… Read more »
As the deadline rears its head over the ever approaching horizon the Diploma II Architecture students at the University of Huddersfield are progressing well, and keeping a keen eye on the final pin up. A519 Design Associate Lee Holmes, has been involved with the external reviews at the university for over 8 years, and this… Read more »
Architecture 519 recently visited one of our mixed-use, delivery projects in London. Due to be completed by the end of the month, the scheme comprises 90 private residential units, commercial accommodation, a landscaped podium and car parking.
The arrival of spring and sunshine made our recent progress meeting at Leeming Farm a joy. The oak frame is looking great and as the scaffold comes down you start to get a real feel for the building. Glazing is due to arrive any time now and will provide another visual leap forward. We’re looking… Read more »