Mae

 
"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

 

Alex will be speaking at the 'Equalities & Wellbeing Workshop' on Space and Housing Standards at UCL on 29th April. 10.00-5.30pm
Booking is free but places must be reserved through Eventbrite

On 18th June Alex will be speaking as part of the RIBA series 'Winchester Lectures in Architecture' Further details here

Alex will be part of Architects Journal conference 'Future of UK Housing 2014' on 10th July

 


Mæ selected to design new housing scheme in NW10


25th February 2013:
Mæ have been competitively selected by the London Borough of Brent to design a new housing scheme at Church End NW10. The mixed use scheme will include a community enterprise space and a landscaped public square for Neasden Market . We will be submitting for planning at the end of April.

 


 

Mæ selected to design HAPPI Housing


9th January 2013:
Mæ has won an invited competition to design a new elderly person housing scheme consisting of 45 flats above enterprise space located in London, NW8. City of Westminster's brief required a flagship scheme, which reaches the highest possible design and sustainability standards.  The housing scheme will be designed to HAPPI recommendations (Housing for an Ageing Population Panel for Innovation).

 


 

Lilestone Street Flagship Healthcare Facility


9th January 2013:
Mæ has been selected to design a 6000 sqm flagship healthcare facility, community facilities, office and housing. The project, on behalf of Westminster City Council, is located on Lilestone Street, London, NW8.

 


 

Housing Standards Review

10th December 2012: Partner Alex Ely has been appointed to the Technical Housing Standards Space Review Working Group. The independent group of building industry experts are tasked with simplifying the mass of rules imposed on developers and house builders. The Panel was launched by Communities Minister Don Foster as part of the Government's Red Tape Challenge and will report to Ministers in Spring 2013.
Further information can be found on DCLG's website.


 

New Islington profiled

3rd December 2012: Our recently completed housing scheme at New Islington, Manchester has received extensive and positive coverage in the media with features in: The GuardianArchitects' Journal, Architecture Today and Building Design


 


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