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Broadcasting Tower from Woodhouse Lane.


Broadcasting Place from Woodhouse Lane.


Broadcasting Place from Blackman Lane.


Broadcasting Place reflected in a window.


Side approach. Image by Seán Gormally.


Underneath the side, shooting upwards. Image by Seán Gormally.


Broadcasting House in the foreground. Image by Seán Gormally.


Front, looking up. Image by Seán Gormally.


Tunnel between Broadcasting Tower/Place.


Zoom burst though the tunnel between Broadcasting Tower/Place.




Broadcasting Tower

Feilden Clegg Bradley (Architects)

Genre: Building

Article by: Seán Gormally - First Published: 23 November 2012

Broadcasting Tower houses Leeds Metropolitan University's Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology.

A (maybe somewhat debatable) work of art within itself Broadcasting Tower on the north side of Leeds City Centre houses Leeds Metropolitan University's Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology as well as containing student accommodation.

Being quite a dominant structure on Woodhouse Lane its COR-TEN weathering steel cladding has sparked debate over it's looks, however this did not stop it from taking home the 2010 Best Tall Building Overall award as granted by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat which is based in Chicago and is considered an authority on tall buildings. Completed in 2009, it was designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley.


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