Celebrating 10 years in business

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Celebrating 10 successful years in business, Architecture 519 is on track for a record year following national projects for clients including Sellafield, the Environment Agency and Extra MSA Group. Operating from our city centre studio in Leeds Granary Wharf, the practice has seen a 26% increase in year-on-year revenue across a diverse range of projects… Read more »

Architecture 519 wins planning consent for 29 new homes in North London

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The project will deliver a contemporary mews containing both houses and apartments framing a new pedestrian and cycle link in Wood Green and revives access to a nearby recreation ground. Gaining unanimous consent this week, the scheme aims to rejuvenate a collection of warehouses between Crawley Road and Downhills Way for developer Frankum Mews Limited… Read more »

Architecture 519 Practice Family Day Out 2019

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Members of the Architecture 519 team recently enjoyed a day at The Camp Hill Estate in Bedale, North Yorkshire for our annual Practice Family Day Out. Following recent successes for Architecture 519, the day was a celebration of continuing growth at the practice and a chance to spend some time together away from the demands… Read more »

Outline proposals submitted for M62 Motorway Service Area in Warrington

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Architecture 519 has designed the masterplan for Extra MSA Group’s £75m ‘new concept’ Motorway Service Area (MSA) on the M62 at Junction 11, with outline proposals now submitted. The design accommodates food and beverage outlets, ancillary retail, business and leisure facilities, a fuel filling station and external amenity space for visitors. The indicative designs for… Read more »

Maintaining Design Integrity from Concept to Delivery

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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 »

GCSE students explore design process with Architecture 519

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Architecture 519 studio staff recently welcomed work experience students from Guiseley School and Selby High School, who joined the team to learn about life in an architecture practice. Across the course of a week, the GCSE students were tasked with two projects devised to give them insight into the design process from initial client brief… Read more »

Skelton Lake MSA shortlisted for Design Excellence Award

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Architecture 519’s design for Skelton Lake Motorway Services has been shortlisted for the Yorkshire Property Industry Awards in the Design Excellence category. Due for completion this autumn, the design for the first motorway services in Leeds features an undulating living roof structure with exposed timber beams and a double-height central glazed atrium overlooking Skelton Lake…. Read more »