Mae

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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

 

 

 


New Arcadians launched

8th May 2012: Mæ is one of the featured practices in Lucy Bullivant's new book 'New Arcadians- emerging UK architects' launched on 8 May. The book published by Merrell 'profiles the most dynamic and innovative up-and-coming architectural practices working in the UK today'.


 

Mæ selected for new home group framework

17th April 2012: Mæ is one of six practices to have been selected for Home Group's new Southern Region Architects Framework, having been invited to tender with 24 other companies. The housing association has been awarded £40.5 million in grant funding by the HCA for the 2011-15 framework period, with the Southern Region being allocated 1,115 units. We're looking forward to working with Home Group in the near future.


 

hillington submitted for planning

28th March 2012: Our proposals for Hillington Square estate regeneration, for Freebridge Community Housing, have been submitted for full detailed planning permission. The 319 unit estate will undergo major refurbishment with new landscape, alongside internal and external remodelling.


 

Mæ training for new clients

1st December 2012: Mæ has been continuing its work running design training events. This month we have delivered 'Customer and Client Training in Preparation for Design Advisory Panel' for The Home Group in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the 'Neighbourhood by Design' training course for the Glass-House in Basingstoke and 'The Mayor's Housing Design Guide training' for Urban Design London.


 

runwell hospital site masterplan

28th November 2011: mæ has been competitively selected, with partners Atkins, to develop a masterplan and outline planning application for the former Runwell mental hospital site near Chelmsford. Working for the Homes and Communities Agency the team will plan the 65 hectare site to accommodate around 600 new homes, new landscaped spaces, amenities and associated infrastructure.


 


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