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Sands End Arts & Community Centre wins RIBA London Regional Awards 2022 Project Update

A triumph for Mæ as Sands End Arts & Community Centre is awarded a RIBA London Regional Award 2022.

Clad in a skin of honey-toned brick, roofs edged in pre-patinated copper, the new pavilions are inspired by the 19th century glasshouses that once stood on site in Fulham. The series of distinctive pavilions provide lettable spaces for arts and cultural activity, alongside a brand new cafe, making a significant contribution to the local community, who now run and manage the venue.

A highly sustainable, social and spatial project which we're now delighted to title an RIBA award-winning scheme.

May 2022
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Mayor of London; Sadiq Khan visits our newly completed Agar Grove scheme Project Update

Sadiq Khan; Mayor of London visits Mæ's recently completed phase of Agar Grove in Camden, amidst the weeks of discussion of COP26. The project, for the London Borough of Camden, will deliver 507 new homes for new and existing residents, of these, 359 to the very high Passivhaus fabric performance standard and is, so far, the largest Passivhaus scheme in the country.

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Agar Grove 1b shortlisted for the Camden Design Awards 2022 Project Update

Agar Grove 1b, part of The Agar Grove Estate, based in the London Borough of Camden has been shortlisted for this year's Camden Design Awards 2022. The awards celebrate and reward the excellent design that is being delivered in projects across all sectors of the built environment in Camden, North London, whilst focusing on enriching the lives of the people who live and work in Camden. Winners will be announced at an awards event as part of the London Festival of Architecture in the Summer of 2022.

May 2022
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'From City to Room, A manifesto for better living' talk at the London Society Practice News

As part of a series of events connected to our new publication 'From City to Room, A manifesto for better living', we gave a talk hosted by the London Society at Studio Egret West.

Decades of underprovision, combined with unprecedented population growth mean that buildings have to work more efficiently than ever before, both in terms of their uses and the resources they use. The pressures of climate change also mean sustainability is no longer an add-on but the starting point for any discussion about how, where and what we build.


So how do we overcome these challenges. How can we ensure that more is also better? And what can we do to give people the homes, buildings, neighbourhoods and cities they need?

The talk explored the integrated thinking that we believe is necessary to solving today’s urban, social and environmental challenges.

February 2020 Read more
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Regents Park Infill Sites shortlisted for the Camden Design Awards 2022 Project Update

Regents Park Infill Sites based in the London Borough of Camden have been shortlisted for the Camden Design Awards 2022. The awards celebrate and reward the excellent design that is being delivered in projects across all sectors of the built environment in Camden, North London, whilst focusing on enriching the lives of the people who live and work in Camden. The Regents Park Infill Sites include three schemes consisting of Kirkfell, Caudale and Kentmere Estates.

May 2022
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Agar Grove 1b shortlisted for the RICS Awards 2022 Project Update

Mæ are pleased to disclose Agar Grove 1b has been shortlisted for the Residential category in this year's RICS Awards 2022.

The RICS awards are renown for showcasing the most inspirational and innovative initiatives and developments across the country in construction, land and infrastructure. Projects are also required to demonstrate the highest standards of not only professionalism, but also ethics by individuals and teams across the built and natural environment.

April 2022 RICS Awards 2022
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Sands End Arts & Community Centre shortlisted for the RICS Awards 2022 Project Update

Mæ are pleased to announce Sands End Arts & Community Centre has been shortlisted for the Community Benefit category in this year's RICS Awards 2022.

The RICS awards are renown for showcasing the most inspirational and innovative initiatives and developments across the country in construction, land and infrastructure. Projects are also required to demonstrate the highest standards of not only professionalism, but also ethics by individuals and teams across the built and natural environment.

April 2022 RICS Awards Shortlist 2022
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Two projects shortlisted for the RICS Awards 2022 Practice News

Mæ are proud to announce two schemes have been included within the RICS Awards Shortlist 2022. Agar Grove 1b in Camden has been chosen for the Residential category as well as Sands End Arts & Community Centre for the Community Benefit category.

The RICS awards are renown for showcasing the most inspirational and innovative initiatives and developments across the country in land, construction and infrastructure. Projects are also required to demonstrate the highest standards of not only professionalism, but also ethics by individuals and teams across the built and natural environment.

April 2022
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Arcangelo assemble perform at Sands End Arts & Community Centre Project Update

Following Sands End Arts & Community Centre official launch in March, Arcangelo; one of the world's leading period performance ensembles has chosen Sands End as a rehearsal and open rehearsal performance venue.

At the various rehearsal sessions, you'll find the ensemble make final preparations for a Shakespeare-themed programme of music by Henry Purcell and John Blow which is being taken on tour to Bilbao in 2022.

The vocals, acoustics and musicians have sparked audience praise and ovations internationally and we're so proud they've utilised Sands End Events Hall for their renown events and trio sonatas.

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