Daniella Johnson

26th May 2016

Brewster Bye welcome new Architect Cian Glasheen


Leeds architecture practice Brewster Bye, has expanded its team with the appointment of Cian Glasheen as a Project Architect.

Cian brings a wealth of experience to his new role and has spent the last seven years working in London for a number of renowned firms including Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. In recent years he was worked across a wide range of residential, mixed use, hotel and conservation projects.

He has now relocated back to his hometown of Leeds. In his new role at Brewster Bye, he is currently working on a number of affordable housing schemes and is involved in the redevelopment of a hostel for longstanding Leeds charity, St George’s Crypt.

Cian says: “After several years working in London, I felt the time was right to return to Leeds and it’s good to be back. Brewster Bye has a solid reputation across a broad spectrum of projects, including residential developments and transforming listed buildings, so it fits well with my background and makes it a great career move.”

Chris Austin, Managing Director at Headingley based Brewster Bye Architects, says: “Cian has an impressive CV after working on a wide range of notableprojects for several very reputable practices and he is a welcome addition to our team. There’s no doubt his experience will benefit our clients and he will add value to our offering, so we’re delighted to have him on board.”