"Mæ have always been a pleasure to work with, consistent, reliable and ready to discuss how together we can improve the training events they deliver for us.”
Esther Kurland
Director, Urban Design London




Aylesbury Estate

6th February 2014:
Mæ are delighted to be part of the team chosen by Southwark Council to redevelop the 28 hectare Aylesbury Estate in Walworth, South East London.  Working with HTA and Hawkins\Brown we are part of a Notting Hill Housing Trust-led bid for the coveted job to replace the Hans Peter Trenton-designed estate with 4,200 new homes.



Sunderland Regeneration

7th January 2014:
Mæ have been chosen to work on an £800m regeneration programme in Sunderland. Working with Carillion and Igloo Regeneration this multiple site project commences in 2014



Brentford Lock West

7th January 2014:
Mæ have been competitively selected for the Phase 2 of Brentford Lock West, a large mixed use scheme in the London Borough of Hounslow for ISIS Waterside Regeneration.  The project will comprise 130 units for private sale and commercial spaces.  The accommodation will be housed in a waterfront building and courtyard townhouses and apartments around a landscaped garden.



Hammond Court wins BDA Chairman's Award 2013

15th November 2013:
Our project for East Thames Housing, Hammond Court has won the inaugural Brick Development Association Chairman's Award. The scheme was recognised as an outstanding example of humane infill urban design that is well detailed and modern in its language and architecture which complements the surrounding traditional housing.



A Dolls' House

15th November 2013:
The Dolls' House Auction at Bonhams raised an impressive £89,000 for KIDS. Mæ were delighted to be part of this initiative by Cathedral and would like to thank everyone who contributed to this project. Our Mæ-Mak house formed part of the auction and will now be used by KIDS in their Home Learning (Portage) service. We are in discussion with them about producing further houses for wider use.



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