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"Mæ is expert in housing – no doubt. They understand practicalities such as space standards and volumes, and the need for some standardisation while retaining design flair. It also helps that Mæ is a pleasure to work with, fun, eager and fast."
Jonathan Smales
Group Chief Executive, Beyond Green

 

 

 


Mæ wins a Housing Design Award


14th July 2015:
We are delighted to announce that our residential scheme Agar Grove has won at the Housing Design Awards 2015.  An estate regeneration project for the London Borough of Camden, it was underaken in collaboration with Hawkins\Brown and construction has now started on the first phase.

 


 

Mæ shortlisted for AJ Retrofit Award


7th July 2015:
Hillington Square, our estate refurbishment project in King's Lynn, has been shortlisted for an AJ Retrotfit Award.  The winners will be announced on 16 September.

 


 

NLA Awards shortlist


6th July 2015:
The Aylesbury Estate has been shortlisted in the housing category at the 2015 New London Awards. The Somerleyton Road redevelopment in Brixton is shortlisted for a masterplanning award through our collaborators Metropolitan Works, our extra-care housing forms a pivital part of the scheme.

 


 

Mæ architects take part in pedElle 2015


27th May 2015:
Two of our architects Helen and Sabine are joining the 2015 pedElle team cycling from Bilbao to Madrid on 11th June in order to raise money for children's charity Coram. They will be cycling the gruelling 450km over three days as part of a group of women working within the property industry. Coram do wonderful work supporting vulnerable children in our communities, offering adoption services, legal aid and education amongst many other valuable services. You can sponsor Helen and Sabine here to support this great cause.

 


 

London Festival of Architecture 2015


1st June 2015:
Mæ are taking part in the London Festival of Architecture.  Our event, 'Make and Break: making space for the unconventional in a pre-planned city', will explore a new approach to masterplanning without context.
Come visit the exhibition and join in the conversations at the Idea Store, Whitechapel on Friday 5 & Saturday 6 June.  Festival Guide.

 


 
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