A519 Host LBU Architecture Students

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This week we are host to two Leeds Beckett University architecture students. Xiaoqiao Guan and Alexandros Tzortzis De Paz. They are doing some early development work on a bespoke private residential scheme on a significantly restricted site in Leeds.

Leeds MSA Gets Green Light

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Architecture 519 is delighted that Leeds Skelton Lake Motorway Service Area for Extra MSA has now received outline planning permission, with praise for the design, from Leeds City Council. The design of the ‘new concept’ motorway service area includes a sweeping ribbon roof over a facility building and 100 bed hotel. This will be constructed… Read more »

A519 Continue Support for Leeds Community Foundation

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Architecture519 are proud to be part of the Leeds 100 Club continuing to support the Leeds Community Foundation. To date the support they have received from many individuals and organisations like ours have enabled them to: Distribute over £27 million in grants to local community groups Continue to distribute at least £2-3 million in grants,… Read more »

Specifi Leeds – Biomimicry

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Members of Architecture519 attended the recent Specifi Leeds talk on ‘Biomiomicry’ by Michael Pawlyn, of exploration_architecture. The talk offered a great insight into exploring natural systems in order to rethink current and accepted approaches within architecture and engineering.

Lakes House Remodeling Gets Green Light

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We are proud to announce that our proposals for the remodelling and extension of a farmhouse at Leeming farm, overlooking Ullswater in the Lake District National Park have recently received planning approval following support from the local community and the Lake District National Park Authority.