Bauman Lyons have won the Leeds Architecture Award for New Built and the People’s Award for the Little London Children’s Centre. The project gained recognition for its “bold, yet delightful design” and it’s positive impact within the regeneration area of Little London.
The refurbishment project at Marshalls Mill, Holbeck for Igloo Regeneration was shortlisted for the Conserved or Altered Building category of the Leeds Architecture Awards. The project was awarded a commendation for what the judges described as “a clever and punchy” rethinking of the existing entrance and reception to the listed mill.
Bauman Lyons and ISIS have been chosen to redevelop the Tower Works site south of the canal in Leeds.
Wellfield Road is featured in the Sunday Times Magazine, Inside Out. December 2006.
BLA’s new build office is scaffold free! On the 22nd December 2006 Bauman Lyons will move to: Black Building, 2 Newton Road, Leeds, LS7 4HE.
Nooks and Corners – Irena Bauman’s comments are included in an article on the Stirling Prize in Private Eye magazine. Issue 1170, 27 Oct – 9 Nov 2006
The Healthcare phase of Woodroyd Centre opened to the public on the 16th October.
Irena Bauman has been invited to speak at the Northern Urban Renaissance symposium on 13-14 December in Leeds. The School of Geography at the University of Leeds is organizing the symposium to debate the reality, possibilities and limits of a renaissance in Northern cities. The symposium marks the formal launch of the Urban Cultures and Consumption Research Cluster in the School, and the Cluster is sponsoring the event.
Irena Bauman has joined the new Urban Design Review Panel in Sheffield. The panel will meet once a month to review forth coming projects in the city.
Irena Bauman and Rosa Silverman contribute to Stirling Prize article. The Guardian 14 October 2006.