Experience Temple Works

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Temple Works is a Grade I listed building in the Holbeck area south of Leeds. Originally built as a flax mill in 1840 and featuring numerous signature features, including a facade inspired by the Temple of Horus and the largest single room in the world (at the time of construction), the building is now home to the Temple Works Leeds cultural project which supports a diverse community of artists, performers and special interest groups.

The Experience Temple Works project is a virtual archive intended to offer an immersive experience of the Temple Works site. Although currently still in development, the project already allows over 40 different locations to be explored, each with a navigable 360° view.

Commenced in 2014, the project is to be used as both a promotional tool for Temple Works Leeds and as an academic research method.



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