"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




Royal Wharf

7th July 2014: Our scheme at Royal Wharf for Oxley Holdings has been submitted for planning. The 14 storey tower with ground floor restaurants and 110 apartments sits in a strategic position at the end of a new park on the River Thames as part of a new 40 acre development in East London's Royal Docks.



Mæ shortlisted for the New London Awards 2014

16th June 2014:
Mæ have been shortlisted in two categories at the New London Awards.  Firstly our Westminster healthcare centre and HAPPI housing project Lilestone Street & Lisson Arches has been shortlisted in the Health & Care category.  Agar Grove, our London Borough of Camden estate regeneration scheme, in collaboration with Hawkins\Brown, is shortlisted in the Masterplanning category.  The winners will be announced on 9th July.



Mæ exhibit at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

23rd May 2014:
We are delighted to have been selected to exhibit in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.  The plaster facade cast by Michael Dillon and Helen Clark was part of our research into pre-cast concrete panels for Lisson Grove, a healthcare hub in Westminster which has recently received planning permission.  The cast will be on display at the Royal Academy from 9th June to 17th August 2014.



pedElle 2014

6th May 2014:
Our intrepid architects Helen and Emilia are joining the 2014 pedElle to raise money for the fundraising charity Cycle To.  The ride is for women working within the property industry.  Starting in Milan and winding its way past the Italian lakes, the team of 35 will finish in Venice in time for the Architectural Biennale and will have covered a gruelling 465km in 3 days.  You can sponsor Helen and Emilia here and you'll be supporting a fantastic charity for children & young people, amongst others.



Lisson Grove & Agar Grove win planning consent

8th April 2014:
Mæ has had a busy month winning planning consent for 600 homes, 5000 sq.m healthcare, 2,500sq.m community and business space across three schemes.

Our Lisson Grove project for the City of Westminster was described by the committee as "An innovative landmark building with complex mix of uses that offers considerable community benefits". The elderly person housing scheme and enterprise space will start on site in September followed by the health hub.

Our collaborative Agar Grove scheme with Hawkins\Brown and Grant Associates for London Borough of Camden was cited as 'An exemplar application' and will deliver 500 new homes and UK's largest passive haus scheme.



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