"Architects concerned not with technology as an image of future progress, but in the material, qualitative and social art of architecture.”
Patrick Lynch
Building Design magazine


Francis Young will be talking at the BIM in Practice conference at the Royal Academy of Engineering on 23 June.  Francis will be focusing on Adopting BIM for Design-Led Housing Projects.

Alex will be speaking at Urban Design London's seminar 'Challenging density' on 30th June and the Kent Housing conference on 3rd July





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.



Housing Design Awards 2015

8th May 2015:
Mæ are delighted to announce that three of our projects have been shortlisted for the 2015 Housing Design AwardsBrentford Lock West Phase 2 for Isis Waterside Regeneration, Lisson Arches for LB of Westminster and Agar Grove for LB Camden (in collaboration with Hawkins\Brown) are all finalists.  The winners will be announced on 13 July.



Aylesbury Estate gains planning approval

28th April 2015:
The 830-home first phase of the Aylesbury Estate redevelopment has received planning permission.  A collaboration with HTA and Hawkins\Brown for Notting Hill Housing, Mæ's scheme includes extra-care housing and a community centre.  Phases 2- 4, which includes a further 2745 homes, offices, shops, health centres and publics parks, also received outline planning.  Phase 1 starts on site in August.



Hillington Square is a RTPI Planning Award finalist

31st March 2015:
We are delighted that Hillington Square is a finalist for the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence in Delivering Housing.  The winners will be announced on 6 July.


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