Leeds Architect Practices, Design Studio Yorkshire, Contemporary Architecture Office, Info, List

Leeds Architects Offices

West Yorkshire Design Studios: Key Building Designers in the north of England, UK, Europe

Leeds Architecture Offices

West Yorkshire Architects design firms on e-architect

Leeds Architects Practices – South Yorkshire design firm listings on e-architect – practice contact details

Additions for the Leeds Architecture Studios page welcome

Guide to Leeds Buildings:
Leeds Architecture
Town Hall by Leeds Architects office
photo © Adrian Welch

World Architects : sorted by practice

World Architecture Studios : sorted by historic & contemporary

21st Century Leeds Architecture Studios, alphabetical:
Bauman Lyons Architects

Leeds Architect Offices, not yet listed, alphabetical:

Allen Tod
Architecture 2B
Brewster Bye Architects
DLG Architects
Garnett Netherwood Architects Ltd
MJF Architects Ltd
Niemen Architects
TPS Architects
Willis Architects

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, northern England, UK

Architecture in Leeds

Leeds Architecture Designs – chronological list

Leeds Buildings

Leeds Architecture Tours

Additional West Yorkshire Architeture studios welcome : please mail images (min. 72 DPI and 800 pixels wide) with practice profile to us at the e-mail address below.

World Architect Portraits – Photos of key designers

Environmentally friendly Office Project
Architects: DLA Design
Large Sustainable Office Development Leeds Architecture News
image courtesy of architects

Large Sustainable Office Development in Leeds

Tower Works site in Leeds
Design: Jestico + Whiles, Architects
Tower Works Site
image courtesy of architects

Tower Works site in Leeds

Sky Digital Centre of Excellence in Leeds
Design: BDG architecture + design, Architects
Sky Digital Centre of Excellence in Leeds Building

Leeds City Markets
Leeds City Markets

This is a city in West Yorkshire, northern England. Historically in Yorkshire’s West Riding, the history of the city can be traced to the 5th century, when the name referred to a wooded area of the Kingdom of Elmet. The name has been applied to many administrative entities over the centuries. It changed from being the name of a small manorial borough in the 13th century, through several incarnations, to being the name attached to the present metropolitan borough. In the 17th and 18th centuries the city became a major centre for the production and trading of wool.

Buildings / photos for the Leeds Architecture StudiosWest Yorkshire Design Practices page welcome