Leeds Architecture Tours: Walking Guides

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Leeds Architecture Tours

Architecture Guides in West Yorkshire – City Building Walks in northern England

post updated 19 July 2021

Leeds Architecture Walking Tours

Contact us for your walking tour in Yorkshire on isabelle(at)e-architect.com

Leeds Architecture – Introduction

The city is located in Yorkshire, in the north of England, on the River Aire. The city is famous for architecture such as the Town Hall building, the City Markets, Carnegie Pavilion at Headingley Cricket Club, Bridgewater Place tower and the Corn Exchange building.

Broadcasting Place:
Broadcasting Place Leeds Tower
image © Will Pryce Photography

Famous architects with buildings in the city include EMBT and Jeremy Dixon.Edward Jones. Other key architects with work in the city include Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Heatherwick Studio, John McAslan & Partners, Aedas, Benoy and the Jerde Partnership.

Leeds Town Hall building:
Leeds Architecture Tours - Town Hall building facade
photograph © Adrian Welch

Leeds Walking Tours

Leeds Architecture Tours can be suited to your group’s areas of architectural interest, for example a group wishing to view contemporary office buildings or historic houses can usually be accommodated by our guides.

Building in the city centre:
Leeds comemrcial tower building - walking tours
picture © Adrian Welch

Please advise us of specific interests and we can assist in your itinerary preparation ahead of the walking tour.

Granary Wharf building
Granary Wharf Hotel Leeds Architecture Tours
photo : Hufton + Crow

Leeds Architectural Walking Tours

Contact Isabelle Lomholt to arrange your architectural tour on: mob. +44 (0)7952 149814 or isabelle(at)e-architect.com

Payments must be made in full prior to the architectural tour.

Leeds Buildings : architectural news + key building projects
Watermans Place Leeds
photo : Hufton + Crow

Maggie’s Yorkshire Centre, at St James’s University Hospital
Design: Heatherwick Studio
Maggie’s Yorkshire Centre, building by Heatherwick Studio
images courtesy of architects
Maggie’s Yorkshire Centre Building

Architecture Tours

e-architect organise British architecture walking tours in other cities such as Manchester, Liverpool, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London. We also have walking tour guides outside Britain in cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen and Paris. Contact us today for your architectural walking tour.

Architecture Walking Tours

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, Northern England, UK

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Leeds Architecture News

Some recent architectural projects that can be visited on your tour of the city:

Leeds Beckett University Creative Arts Building, Woodhouse Lane
Architects: Hawkins\Brown
Leeds Beckett University Creative Arts Building
image courtesy of architects
Leeds Beckett University Creative Arts Building

Citu Home
Architects: White Arkitekter
Citu Home Leeds Architecture News
image courtesy of architects
Citu Home Leeds

Emerald Headingley Stadium
Design: DLA Architects; Structural engineering design: TRP Consulting
Emerald Headingley Stadium Leeds building
image courtesy of architects
Emerald Headingley Stadium Building

Wellington Place buildings
Wellington Place - Leeds Architecture Tours
image © Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects

Leeds Town Hall

Leeds Corn Exchange

Leeds Skyscrapers

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Bradford Buildings

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Yorkshire Building Designs

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