Architect Sara Burgess takes a closer look at the development of the Skelton Lake roof ribbons Currently being planted with native meadow species, signaling the final stages in the development of the roof ribbons at the new Motorway Service Area (MSA) in Leeds, Architecture 519’s Sara Burgess considers the progression of this primary building feature… Read more »
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A519, along with other members of the Leeds Skelton Lake team, attended a master planning workshop at Leeds East Academy. Year 10 pupils were given a brief for a motorway service station and asked to develop proposals for the site. The teams produced some imaginative ideas, giving consideration to site constraints, relationships on site, building… Read more »
Enabling works have commenced on site for Leeds Skelton Lake Services with drilling and grouting about to begin for the building footprint. The aerial photograph shows the setting of the site within its surrounding context becoming more visible and we are excited to watch the scheme as it progresses.
Architecture 519 presented the design of a unique motorway service area for Leeds Skelton Lake Services to Leeds City Council in Summer 2016. The strong concept involved a series of undulating living roof ribbons rising from the land, to integrate the building with the surrounding landscape and included a glazed central atrium and viewing area… Read more »
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.
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.