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210920 Nlaawards2021

Agar Grove 1B and John Morden Centre shortlisted for NLA Awards 2021 Project Update

Agar Grove 1B and John Morden Centre have both been shortlisted for the 2021 New London Architecture Awards in the category for built projects.

John Morden Centre has been selected from projects designed to improve the health and wellbeing of Londoners; and Agar Grove 1B has been recognised as creating an exemplary new place for people to live.

Both projects now will go into the running for the next phase of the competition where winners will be chosen by a panel of expert judges.

September 2021 Read more
210903 Ribaregional Awards Caudale

Caudale wins RIBA National Award 2021 Project Update

Caudale, part of our Regent's Park Estate scheme for the London Borough of Camden has won a RIBA London National Award 2021.

A RIBA National Award is given to a building across the UK recognised as a significant contribution to architecture.

Caudale provides high quality replacement housing for residents due to be displaced by the path of HS2.

September 2021 Read more
210826 Aya2021 Social Impact

Mæ selected as a finalist for BD's Social Impact Architect of the Year 2021 Practice News

Mæ has been selected as a finalist for Building Design's Social Impact Architect of the Year Award 2021.

The award recognises architects whose work is making a tangible difference to the quality of people’s lives. The winner will be an architectural practice whose schemes have increased the well being of end users and the wider community.

The judges have selected projects which promote community spirit, encourage healthy, active lifestyles, and make efficient use of resources for construction and operation and promote biodiversity.

The winner will be announced in October.

August 2021 Read more
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Sands End Arts & Community Centre and John Morden Centre shortlisted for AJ Awards Project Update

Both Sands End Arts and Community Centre and John Morden Centre have been shortlisted for AJ Awards in the Community and Faith Project, and Health and Wellbeing Project categories respectively.

The Architects' Journal Architecture Awards recognise excellence in UK architecture across a range of categories, winning projects will be announced at a ceremony in November.

August 2021 Read more
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Agar Grove 1B completes Project Update

The second phase of Agar Grove Estate is now complete.

Working in collaboration with Hawkins\Brown and Grant Associates for the London Borough of Camden, we are creating 493 new homes for new and existing residents. Of these, 345 will be built to the very high Passivhaus fabric performance standard.

With its light filled and spacious split level apartments, Agar Grove 1B provides comfortable and sustainable new homes for the community.

August 2021 View Project
210803 Morden Brick Awards

John Morden Centre shortlisted for a Brick Award Project Update

John Morden Centre has been shortlisted in the Refurbishment category for the 2021 BDA Brick Awards.

The project has recently completed and uses brick cladding alongside cross laminated timber to create a characterful addition to the Grade I listed Morden College in Blackheath for later living residents.

There will be a ceremony later in the year where winning projects will be announced.

August 2021 Read more
210727 Structural Timber Awards

Sands End Arts and Community Centre and John Morden Centre shortlisted for the Structural Timber Awards 2021 Project Update

Sands End Arts and Community Centre and John Morden Centre have been shortlisted in the 2021 Structural Timber Awards, in the Architect of the Year and Healthcare categories respectively.

Both projects use cross laminated timber throughout to create a lower carbon footprint.

Winners will be announced later this year at a ceremony in Birmingham.

July 2021 Read more
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Hartley Centre wins planning permission Project Update

Mæ and Populo Living have received planning permission for Hartley Centre in East Ham for the London Borough of Newham.

Located on a currently empty site in the heart of East Ham, the new centre combines a 1,650 sqm community health centre with 75 homes for later living. Designed according to principles outlined in Housing our Ageing Population Panel for Innovation (HAPPI), the new homes will offer high quality accommodation to elderly council tenants and help free up existing homes to families on Newham’s waiting list. 100% of the new homes will be genuinely affordable, at London Affordable rent levels.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to design Populo Living’s first ‘later life’ housing development and create a building shaped around the needs of its community.” Alex Ely, Founding Director, Mæ

June 2021 View Project
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Chimes shortlisted for the Inside Housing Development Awards 2021 Project Update

Our later living project in Westminster for PegasusLife, Chimes, has been shortlisted in the Best Older People's Housing Development category at the 2021 Inside Housing Development Awards.

Older people’s homes have been in the spotlight this year more than ever before. Throughout this time, and as the population ages, the need for well-designed homes for older people becomes ever more important. This award recognises homes for older people that are desirable, safe, accessible and are well designed to meet current and future care and support needs.

Chimes provides 39 assisted living flats on six floors together with communal kitchen-café, storage areas, wellness centre/spa, guest accommodation, and apartments for staff.

April 2021 Read more