Unique interior design and coffee bar concept to open in Leeds city center

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The Collective allows customers to refuel, relax and discover surrounded by high quality furniture and tableware, all for sale.

The Collective allows customers to refuel, relax and discover surrounded by high quality furniture and tableware, all for sale.

It is due to open at 34 Boar Lane in late autumn and recruitment is underway for all positions, with a total of 16 jobs to be created.

Ellen Pryce of The Collective said, “The Collective, with 42 covers, is a space to refuel, relax and discover. Inspired by the sunny serenity of the Los Angeles art scene, it will offer a

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34 alley of the boar.

candy feast for discerning design junkies with its dreamy interiors and laid-back vibe. It will provide our customers with an immersive experience that will encourage them to

literally buy into our brand.

“We’ve worked hard to find some amazing UK businesses that produce high quality, handcrafted furniture and tableware and it’s exciting that we can enable our customers to

really fall in love with the pieces before ordering them for their own home.

“The vast majority of everything you’ll see in The Collective will be available for purchase, from sofas and modern art to tables, chairs and even kitchen utensils. Food and

drinks will match curated interiors with an Instagram-worthy menu of healthy brunch and lunch options, amazing coffees and classic cocktails.”

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Its co-director Dale Wynter added: “This is a fantastic opportunity to work on a brand new concept that uses our team’s collective skills in interior and hospitality design and brings

something completely new to Leeds. When we saw 34 Boar Lane we knew it would be the perfect home for The Collective as it embodies a great philosophy of being eco-friendly.

friendly, modern and encourages a great sense of community.

“Ellen and I have a great partnership, with her fabulous interior design skills enhancing my hospitality venues and making them something special.”

The Collective’s mobile libraries will allow private meetings and cozy corners to work

Kinrise, the owners of 34 Boar Lane, recently completed the dramatic transformation of the historic building, which includes the finest office and retail space to come to the

Leeds market this year. Current occupants include recruitment firm Charlton Morris, retirement consultancy Isio, branding agency McCann, cultural group Leeds 2023 and famous Yorkshire restaurant chain Mowgli.

The Collective’s mobile libraries will allow private meetings and cozy corners to work as well as spaces for events and workshops.

George Aberdeen, co-founder of Kinrise, said: “It is very exciting to welcome such an innovative and imaginative company as The Collective to 34 Boar Lane. They are the

perfectly suited to our very special building, where we create a collaborative environment that offers our occupants office floors, small studios or high-quality coworking offices with

state-of-the-art technology as well as an exciting range of independent restaurants and events.

“Our goal is to transform iconic but unloved buildings into creative and community workspaces. This means that the heritage and soul of the city lives on for the future and that the real cultural capital remains at the center rather than be pushed further out of the cities.

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