One of our new starters, Matt Usher, recently wrote an article in collaboration with ArchDaily on how to combat loneliness in ageing populations through design. We think it is important for our employees to explore parts of the industry they feel strongly about, and we hope to write more thought pieces on subjects in the future under… Read more »
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Following a successful 2018, Architecture519 are pleased to welcome a few fresh faces to the practice, further strengthening our growing team. Sam Kapasa, previously of Group Ginger in Leeds, is an Architect with experience covering numerous sectors including Mixed-use, Commercial and Heritage projects. Sam has also a keen interest in art and graphic design and… Read more »
Lee Holmes Design Associate at A519 has been involved for the ninth year with the final year diploma reviews at the University of Huddersfield. It is refreshing to see that in this age of digital reliance for production of architecture there is still room and interest for students to experiment with pencil and paper, and… Read more »
Reserved Matters approval has been received for Leeds Skelton Lake Services following unanimous approval from Leeds City Council members at the Plans Panel meeting on 29th March 2018. The Plans Panel praised the scheme for its design progression from the outline proposals and its continuity of the original design concept with key building elements; such… Read more »
Due to the strong start to 2017 and the growth in projects coming through the doors at our canal side office in the heart of Leeds Architecture519 is recruiting. We are currently seeking interest from Architectural Technologists with a range of project sector and levels of experience to join our team. Take a look… Read more »
Architecture 519 continues to be busy working on feasibility studies for potential developments across the country. These projects involve residential, education, commercial and mixed use and we are looking forward to developing some exciting schemes further over the coming months. The sketch shown describes a development of 10 bespoke houses proposed for a linear site… Read more »
After months of dedicated work, the University of Nottingham’s Architecture students can finally breathe a sigh of relief with the opening of the Degree Show last Thursday. The show displays work from all years with every 3rd and 6th year student given free rein to display their projects. The projects and their design styles varied… 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 »
Following extensive stakeholder engagement and consultation a detailed planning application for the regeneration of the former Elizabeth Shaw Chocolate Factory site in Bristol has been submitted on behalf of Generator South West.
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.