Bauman Lyons are pleased that the East Street Arts projects has earned a Special Mention at last week’s Leeds Achitecture Awards for 2005. It was said that: “Although this was determined as ineligible for an award, it is certainly worthy of a special mention. Here, a group of artists have combined courage and tenacity with limited resources to provide a home for their activities. The simply detailed outcome, although largely private, sends a signal to the community of its presence and restores an otherwise derelict building. In its modest way it is a statement of great confidence in the city.”
Irena Bauman will be chairing the 4×4 debate on the 16th of March at 6pm in the Brunswick Theatre at Leeds Metropolitan University. The debate is one of the four of the 4×4 series. The theme of all four debates is International Green. The speakers on the 16th March are: Stephen Martin – Renewable fuels Ltd. Sarah Wigglesworth – SW Architects Carios Garaicos – Cuban Artists The event is sponsored by ACE.
BLA are happy to confirm that we have been appointed to carry out a Riverside Improvement Study in Settle.
Irena Bauman will give a lecture at the Welsh School of Architecture on 28th March in Cardiff on Architecture and Democracy. The lecture is part of Guest Lecture Series organized by SAWSA (Student Association of the Welsh School of Architecture. For further info you can contact Kennic Tong at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Welsh School of Architecture
BLA are pleased to welcome Philip Green, an architectural technician from New Zealand and Maggie Pickles of Maggie Pickles Associates who have joined our team in the last three months. Welcome.
Bauman Lyons Architects are delighted to announce the completion of the house extension on Wellfield Road, Huddersfield.
Project Info – Wellfield Road
We are pleased to report that the New Facilities for the Arts in Lincoln has started on site with gusto.
Project Info – Flaxengate
Irena Bauman and her father, Zygmunt have been invited to speak at the launch exhibition of ‘LSx Leeds Unknown.’ The Graphic Arts and Design School at LMU has initiated this extraordinary research project with design group Lust, based in The Hague. Thomas Castro (of Lust) has prepared a proposal which outlines an ambitious 2 year process of work around notions of the City as DataSpace, using Leeds as particular example. The lecture will take place on Friday 28th of October at 4pm in the Brunswick Theatre, Leeds Metropolitan University.
We have been shortlisted in developer competition for the development of Reyner House site, Bradford. We were not successful in winning the project but enjoyed working with Lowry Homes and Grapevine.
We are pleased to have won the contract for Land use Framework for Chapeltown Road, Leeds. The client is Leeds City Council and the study is a collaboration with GVA Grimley and Andy Edwards Design.