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Project Office Architecture

The Centre

Project Office is an architecture consultancy that provides a full architectural service. We are a collaboration of staff and students concerned with ethical, social, and resilient architectural design and research. Simon Warren and Craig Stott oversee the team. Simon is a registered Architect with twenty-five years of experience in delivering projects. Craig originally trained as a structural engineer before diversifying into architecture. With full Professional Indemnity Insurance, Project Office is able to oversee any site works as project architects.

We specialise in:

  • using architecture ethically
  • the imperative of environmentally resilient closed loop design
  • participatory design with students and collaborators
  • working with stakeholders who have no viable alternative to realise their projects
  • advocating an inspiring experience for all collaborators
  • having fun


Project Office work with communities, organisations, local authorities and individuals concerned with ethical and socially resilient architecture and design. Clients and partners that Project Office have worked for previously include:

  • Leeds City Council
  • Mencap Leeds
  • Basement Arts
  • BEAM
  • Bingley Parish Church
  • Fareshare
  • The Garden Gate and Leeds Brewery
  • House of Hope Children’s orphanage, Haiti
  • Morley Newlands School
  • New Wortley Community Association
  • Old Chapel Studios
  • Arc Light
  • Salts Mill

Recent Projects

  • Fareshare is a food distribution charity that required an office space creating within their distribution warehouse. For a budget of just £1,500, Project Office designed the space, sourced materials and built an ingenious solution that wholly fulfilled the client brief.
  • Project Office provided New Wortley Community Centre with a design proposal that enabled them to obtain £15,000 of development funding. This was used to develop a successful Big Lottery funding application resulting in a £65,000 grant to further the design and submit a planning application. The project is expected to start on site in April 2015 with a construction value of £350,000. Project Office was instrumental in this achievement and is acting as project architects for the build.

More information can be found at the Project Office Website

If you have a specific project you would like to discuss, or for general information about our consultancy services please contact our University Enterprise Office on 0113 81 21904

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