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    Creativity-led. Community-led. Drawing on the DNA of the neighbourhood, we create welcoming places for people.
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    We design policy as well as buildings. Inspired by our founder’s work at CABE, our thinking advances best practice.
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    We relish complexity. With carefully crafted architecture, we turn challenging sites into buildings with a distinct identity.
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Mae News

180704 Transport Systems Catapult

Mæ's Cambridge to Oxford Corridor ideas feature in Transport Systems Catapult​ exhibition Project Update

We will be attending a symposium for an exhibition of ideas for the future of the Cambridge – Oxford growth corridor at the Transport Systems Catapult this month. 

Ideas were developed in response to a national competition run by the National Infrastructure Commission. We worked alongside One Works, AKT II, Max Fordham and Planit-IE on our proposals, which integrates placemaking and infrastructure to develop a city Campus model that can house 250,000 people in 12 clusters, within a range of densities along the corridor.

The exhibition shares our big idea, alongside others shortlisted, and will be open to all from the 5th of July.

July 2018 Read more
180703 Housing Design Awards Croydon

Croydon Smaller Sites Programme wins a Housing Design Award Project Update

We're really happy to be part of the winning team at the Housing Design Awards 2018. Our win is a great combined effort from all collaborators on the Croydon Smaller Sites Programme including Mikhail Riches, Coffey Architects, Pitman Tozer Architects, stitch and vPPR Architects, alongside facilitators Brick by Brick Development and Common Ground Architecture

The Croydon Smaller Sites Programme features our Kingsdown Avenue project (pictured) which draws on neighbouring typologies to create a scheme with a modest character, carved into the grassy hillside.

July 2018 View all winners here
180611 Down By The Riverbank Lfa

Down by the Riverbank - LFA site tour and presentation on Identity Practice News

We took part in a site-tour and talk entitled 'Down by the riverbank' for London Festival of Architecture, a citywide and month-long event promoting architectural experimentation, practice and debate. We explored alongside Glen Howells Architects, Serie Architects and HAL architects, what gives Royal Wharf, an area steeped in history, its identity.

Part of the Royal Docks regeneration area and formerly Minoco Wharf, Royal Wharf was originally riverside marshes before becoming part of the world’s biggest port in the 19th century. The area is now being transformed by Ballymore and Oxley into a new community for approximately 10,000 residents. Our 14-storey building at Royal Wharf forms a part of this development, our design reflecting the geology of the riverbank with a textured façade inspired by oyster shells discovered in the excavation of dock walls. 

June 2018 Read more about our Royal Wharf project
180608 Nla Sands End Shortlisting

Sands End Arts and Community Centre shortlisted at the New London Awards 2018 Project Update

Sands End Arts & Community Centre for Hammersmith & Fulham Council has been shortlisted in the Culture & Community category at the New London Awards 2018
. The New London Awards honour the capital’s very best architecture, planning and development giving recognition to the impact projects have on their surroundings and to London as a whole, as well as to their architectural quality

Our scheme will appear in the New London Architecture exhibition, as selected by an international jury. Winners will be announced on 4 July. 

June 2018 Vote for our scheme to win the NLA People's Choice Award here
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Designing for people or designing for Density? Can we create urban liveability at ever-increasing densities? Research News

For Green Sky Thinking Week 2018, we brought together a multidisciplinary panel of speakers to consider these questions. They examined the drivers that will direct appropriate density and people-centered placemaking in future housing development within London, and further afield. The event was well attended and was kindly hosted by our collaborators Vastint at The Print House on the Sugar House Island development.

May 2018 View Article
180329 Mae Gla Panel

Mæ selected to be a part of TFL & GLA Architectural Design & Urbanism Panel, Lot 4 Project Update

We have been selected as 1 of 12 members on the Transport for London and GLA Architectural Design & Urbanism Panel, Lot 4 (Architecture - Housing and Mixed-use). The Lot 4 panel exists to support and advise London’s public sector on delivering high-quality housing-led development over the coming years. 

We are delighted to feature on this framework and look forward to building on our housing expertise, applying integrated thinking to deliver hybrid, flexible and transferable typologies, people-focused and inclusive mixed environments. If you know of any organisations exploring GLA opportunities, please get in touch: office@mae.co.uk

March 2018 Read more
180329 Brentford Mae

Brentford Lock West Block E shortlisted for a RIBA London Regional Award 2018 Project Update

We are delighted to announce that our Brentford Lock West Block E scheme has been shortlisted for a RIBA London Award 2018

As part of the second phase of a three-phase regeneration on Grand Union Canal, our completed Block E scheme provides 42 high quality dual aspect homes within pavilion buildings, complementing the neighbouring wharf architecture and exploring ideas of spatial generosity and robust durable urban form.

All shortlisted buildings will now be assessed by a regional jury with the winning buildings announced at an awards ceremony on Tuesday 15 May.

March 2018 View all shortlisted schemes
180327 Knights Walk

Successful planning decision for Knight's Walk project in Lambeth Project Update

Mæ has received unanimous approval at planning committee for our work on Knight’s Walk. Our scheme has been developed through close working with the local community and will provide 84 high quality homes for existing and new residents. 

The project forms part of an ambitious Estate Regeneration programme being brought forward by Homes for Lambeth on behalf of Lambeth Council.  

March 2018 Read more here
180313 Aya Shortlisting

Mæ shortlisted at BD's Housing Architect of the Year Awards Practice News

We're delighted to once again be featured on BD's Housing Architect of the Year shortlist which recognises and celebrates all-round excellence in housing design. 

At Mæ, we've dedicated ourselves to designing high quality homes that enrich lives. We believe that these determined efforts lead to more inspirational homes and neighbourhoods. Winners will be announced at a ceremony on the 18th of April 2018.

March 2018 Read more on the Awards

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