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 »
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We are proud to be architects for Extra MSA Group’s £50m proposals for a ‘New Concept’ Motorway Service Area at J45 on M1 at Skelton Lake, Leeds.
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.
Architecture519 have been working closely with Extra MSA group to develop and deliver a new concept for motorway service areas across the UK.
Architecture519 has successfully delivered this award-winning, contemporary apartment development on Chiswick High Road in West London for Linden Homes.
At architecture519 we are pledging our time on 5th November to support the work undertaken by The Royal British Legion.
Architecture519 is pleased to announce its membership of the 100 Club in Leeds. The 100 club is a special patronage scheme which allows us to demonstrate our commitment to Leeds.
Architecture519 has recently obtained Full Planning Approval and Listed Building Consent on behalf of Braime Pressings Ltd for internal alterations and an extension at their Grade II Listed factory building on Hunslet Road in Leeds.
Members of the A519 team have shunned the trains, [planes] and automobiles and taken part in the 3rd annual Cycle to Work Day. Today saw several staff donning their cycle shorts and yellow jersey, whilst staying active and saving the planet at the same time.