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"Mæ’s work is prodigiously entrepreneurial and innovative. They are able to make projects that contribute to a larger cultural debate...about how buildings and cities should look, feel and function.”
Kieran Long
Senior curator of contemporary architecture, design and digital at the V&A

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

 

 

 

 

 


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.

 


 

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.

 


 


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