"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


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.





Mæ commences Regent's Park housing project

15th December 2014:
Mæ has been competitively selected to design new housing across the Regent's Park Estate for the London Borough of Camden. The housing is designed to manage the impact of High Speed Two (HS2), which puts 215 existing homes at risk. The HS2 replacement homes aim to deliver sensitive infill development whilst enhancing the public realm of the estate.



Royal Wharf receives planning permission

24th October 2014:
Mæ, in collaboration with Glenn Howells and Serie Architects, have won reserved matters planning consent for Phase 2 of the Royal Wharf development in the Royal Docks, East London.  Mæ's landmark building is the centrepiece of the development, 14 storeys of apartments and restaurants which is due for completion in 2017.



Architect of the Year Awards

20th October 2014: Mæ are delighted to be a finalist for the Architect of the Year Awards 2014 Housing category. The winner will be announced on 2nd December.




12th September 2014: We have submitted a planning application for a new assisted living development in Westminster for client Pegasus Life. The scheme comprises 36 luxury apartments with extensive communal facilities accessible to all residents.



Places for strangers


22nd July 2014: Mæ's new book 'Places for strangers: ideas for places, people and the city' is now available from RIBA bookshop



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