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"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

 

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

 

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.

 

 

 

 


Inside Housing - Top Affordable Housing Developments


20th May 2013:
: The Guts, New Islington has been selected as one of Inside Housing's Top 50 UK Affordable Housing Developments 2013

 


 

Catford Stadium


13th May 2013:
Mæ have been appointed by Barratt London and Gallions Housing to deliver a scheme of 600 homes and community facilities for Greater London Authority.  The Catford Stadium project is being developed collaboratively by Mæ and Witherford Watson Mann Architects.

 


 

Agar Grove residential development


29th April 2013:
: Mæ are delighted to be appointed by London Borough of Camden for a substantial residential development at Agar Grove. The project is being developed collaboratively by Mæ, architects Hawkins\Brown and landscape architects Grant Associates.

 


 

Church End scheme submitted to planning


29th April 2013:
: Mæ's Church End estate regeneration scheme for the London Borough of Brent has been submitted for planning. This new project provides 35 new homes and 200 sq ft of enterprise space.

 


 

Lisson Grove pre-cast concrete panels


14th March 2013:
As part of our research into pre-cast concrete panels for Lisson Grove project Michael and Helen have been casting beautiful plaster facade elements. This section shows our proposed 3:4:5 grid with profiled panels that cast shadow across the facade

 


 


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