"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


Alex Ely will be speaking at the 'Urban Design Group's' event on Estate Regeneration at The Gallery at 70 Cowcross Street on 23rd April. 6.30-8pm. Further information here

Alex will be speaking at the 'Equalities & Wellbeing Workshop' on Space and Housing Standards at UCL on 29th April. 10.00-5.30pm
Booking is free but places must be reserved through Eventbrite


LFA 2010 begins

22nd June 2010: mæ is participating in two LFA events: Designs on London: who’s driving what gets built and how can we do it better? This event, sponsored by the HCA, will shine a light on the most influential forces on housing design in the capital. We have also been working with the Danish Embassy and Design for London developing a seminar on planning for sustainable cities, Learning from Copenhagen: Shaping London's growth in the East. Partner Alex Ely will be joining the panel discussions at both of these events on Tuesday 29 June.


Mæ partner speaking at London Homes conference

4th June 2010: As the residential sector recovers and Boris Johnson looks likely to be handed control of London's £1.1 billion housing budget, the NLA is bringing together the leading players to review the latest thinking on design, funding and delivery. Partner Alex Ely will be speaking at this conference taking place on the 8th June. Further event details.


Mæ appointed to lead HCA design training seminars

6th April 2010: Mæ has been appointed to lead a series of Design Awareness Training seminars for the Homes and Communities Agency. Initially aimed at the HCA's East of England team and followed by the East Midlands it is part of a programme that we are working on with CABE to roll out across the HCA regions. Seminars will cover design management, procurement and stewardship of the built environment.


Mæ shortlisted for Cornish Eco-town project

5th March 2010: Mæ has been shortlised, with partner Alison Brooks Architects, for the pilot phase of the Clay Country Eco-town. The project involves the sustainable regeneration of 700 hectares of former industrial land. The vision is to create a positive legacy in order to promote the mid Cornwall china clay area as a national centre of innovation in sustainable living, working, education, tourism and recreation for the china clay communities.


Mæ joins BBC debate

15th February 2010: Alex Ely contributed to the BBC's 'Inside Out' programme on Monday 15th February, discussing the need for establishing space standards for new, privately built housing in London. Watch the programme here.


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