New headquarters for Yorkshire architecture firm with Leeds city centre move
A Yorkshire architecture firm has announced that it is relocating its headquarters to the centre of Leeds after three decades.
DB3 Architecture, which has studios in London and across the country, has moved its headquarters to South Parade in the centre of Leeds.
The company has been based in Monk Fryston at the listed Coach House building for more than 31 years.
Tom Hill, studio head and director of DB3 Leeds, commented: “A great deal of creative work has gone into transforming part of the top floor space into our stunning new headquarters, and we are delighted to be able to bring our team back together in this great space, with lockdown now easing.
“In particular, we are looking forward to being able to network again and welcome our clients, partners and guests on our large roof terrace.
“Due to the pandemic, we will be holding a series of exclusive celebratory events over the summer, which will be hosted at our new studio.”
Alistair Hamilton, chairman of DB3 Architecture, said:“Although our move marks an end of an era, as we bid farewell to the Coach House, we take with us many fond memories of the past 31 years in Monk Fryston.
“At the same time, we look forward to integrating with the thriving design and construction community in this great city that is Leeds.”
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