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Despite the BIM revolution Architecture 519 like to keep our hand in [literally] and our drawing skills as sharp as our pencils.

This week saw Alan Ramsay our resident Sketcheteer giving a master class to our architectural team, with some impressive results. Hand drawing is still a key skill in the armoury of an architect to be able to communicate our ideas and to explore the design possibilities and allow the scheme to evolve.

 

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Kaitlin Allen [Part 1 Student] at Architecture 519 has recently had a research paper published in Energy and Buildings, Volume 139, 15 March 2017.

 

A study to explore the energy saving potential of Thermotropic Windows, Capitalising on their ability to dynamically alter solar and visible light transmittance and reflectance based on window temperature. Varying compositions of Thermotropic Windows and angle to the sky were explored utilising Energy Plus Software.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378778816320783

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Our very own Dave Lee – Architectural technologist at architecture519 has achieved an impressive First Class Honours in Architectural Technology from Leeds Beckett University. He is too modest to post this himself so on his behalf [and without his permission] we thought we’d sing his praises. Hard work and determination to achieve his goal have paid off. Well done Dave and congratulations from everyone at A519.

 

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Nick Baker and Lee Holmes returned from MIPIM 2017 after what was an intensive yet productive week of networking with contacts old and new; be that the chance meeting in a lift, to the organised reception welcome drinks business opportunity was all around. The Leeds City Region delivered a strong and consistent message of the potential of the region and we look forward to the attendance at this years event baring fruit. Now to just recall the conversations and associate them to the pile of business cards.

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An interesting start to day 2 at the Sheffield City Region stand for a presentation of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District; a world leading advanced manufacturing core of the Northern Powerhouse, a University owned 2050 factory facility with a unique development model of shared use facilities. Great to see this forward thinking approach in the Yorkshire Region.

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Day 2 of MIPIM 2017 sees the event in full swing. With record attendance of some 23,000 delegates from across the construction and property sectors, and can’t grumble about the weather either.

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Day 1 – an early start to a busy and sunny day in Cannes as day one of MIPIM 2017 officially kicks off. Architecture 519 are here as part of the Leeds City Region delegation. Come and visit us at the Leeds Stand.

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One week to go before Architecture 519 head to MIPIM 2017. Both Nick Baker [Director]  and Lee Holmes [Design Associate] will be attending, and the calendar is fast filling up. It is looking to be a very productive week. Anyone wishing to meet up please do drop us a line, and we’ll see you there.

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Architecture 519 is progressing the design of Leeds Skelton Lake Services with our client Extra MSA and structural engineers Curtins, following the successful outline planning approval. Some initial models show the development of the building mass and the form of the ribbon roof and we look forward to further evolving this exciting scheme.

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… the countdown begins.

 

Architecture 519 will be attending the event and we are keen to catch up with any contacts (old and new) attending. Please drop us a line so we can arrange to meet and to make MIPIM 2017 as productive and enjoyable as possible.