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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

Alex will be participating in this years 10x10 drawing the city with work being auctioned in November in aid of Article 25

 

 

 

 

 


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


 

Mæ partner appointed to olympic legacy review panel

8th August 2012: Mæ Partner Alex Ely has been appointed by the London Legacy Development Corporation to join its new design review panel, which will oversee the development of the post-Games Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Earlier in the year mæ's Chobham Manor scheme was shortlisted as part of a developer competition for one of five neighbourhoods planned for the park site.


 

new islington shortlisted for Brick Awards 2012

6th August 2012: Mæ's recently completed New Islington millennium community scheme 'The Guts' has been shortlisted for the Brick Awards 2012, within the Best Housing Development (6-25 units) category. View the shortlist.


 

new project: tybalds estate

1st August 2012: Mæ has been appointed, with Duggan Morris Architects, for an estate regeneration project for the London Borough of Camden. The project will add around 80 new homes to Tybalds Estate in London WC1, infilling underused spaces with new apartments and houses and improved public realm.


 


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