Yorkshire Artspace plans to move into a new building, designed by Feilden Clegg Architects, when its present home is demolished. The proposed scheme, on Brown Street in the cultural industries quarter, will double YA 's studio space from 30 to 60 studios for local artists and craftsworkers. Accommodation is arranged vertically on the basis of noise/bulky activities below rising to quiet/smaller spaces above. Sculpture studios are double-height spaces on the ground floor, silversmithing, textiles etc are in the middle, painting at the top. The building will be an in-situ concrete structure with an illuminated crinkle-crankle glass block wall on the front elevation. It is hoped that the National Lottery will provide funding for development of the proposals to stage D.