AN architectural practice in Huddersfield has won an award for helping to turn an old cinema into a store.
Lockwood-based One 17 Design won the class for restored buildings in the Leeds Architecture Awards.
The award was collected by architect Phil Heppenstall at a ceremony at the Carriageworks Theatre in the city.
It recognises the work of One 17 Design to transform the former Odeon Cinema on the Headrow in Leeds into a three- storey shopping complex.
One 17 Design worked on the scheme with James Marshall, of property developers CDP in Elland.
The Headrow site is now occupied by clothing retailer Primark.
Mr Heppenstall said: "This award is testament to the high quality and creativity of work produced by One 17 Design.
"It also demonstrates the scope and opportunity there is for Huddersfield architects to work on a prestigious project in Leeds.