New London Architecture

Max Fordham

Max Fordham

Max Fordham LLP is an environmental building services engineering consultancy. For over 50 years, they have engineered energy, air, light and sound to bring buildings to life. From their offices in London, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Manchester and Bristol, they have worked with the world’s leading architects on some of the world’sgreatest buildings.

Max Fordham's portfolio includes award-winning exemplars of sustainable design and a diverse mix of beautifully engineered buildings.
Max Fordham started his own practice in the spare bedroom of his Camden home in 1966. The practice has now grown to more than 220 people in five offices around the United Kingdom. The Practice’s Cambridge office opened in 2000 and a job won at Telford College in Scotland in 2003 led to a presence in Edinburgh. Continued growth of the Practice resulted in the establishment of offices in Manchester and Bristol, both in 2012.
The Practice is a Limited Liability Partnership and is essentially employee-owned, with over 120 partners.


Max Fordham

Contact Details

Max Fordham
42-43 Gloucester Crescent
London
NW1 7PE

Tel: 020 7267 5161
Web: www.maxfordham.com


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Waltham Forest Active Travel Centre

Waltham Forest Active Travel Centre

Proposed

The solar-powered Active Travel Centre at Walthamstow Central operates as a base for secure cycle parking, local authority cycle hire, bike repair and a hub for the borough’s Behaviour Change Unit.

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Tiger Way

Tiger Way

Built

Tiger Way is an education-led mixed-use scheme consisting of a high-quality school co-located with residential apartments, delivered via a cross-funding model.

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Atomico Office, Rathbone Street

Atomico Office, Rathbone Street

Under Construction

The relocation of Atomico to offices of c.15,000 sqft at Rathbone Street. Atomico are undertaking a CAT B refurbishment that ranks highly in terms of Occupant Wellbeing and Sustainability.

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North London Collegiate School - Ideas Hub and Reception Building

North London Collegiate School - Ideas Hub and Reception Building

Proposed

North London Collegiate School are developing a new Ideas Hub, to facilitate a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and maths) curriculum, and to be the main school entrance and reception.

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Melfield Gardens

Melfield Gardens

Proposed

An affordable, intergenerational housing development for older people and postgraduate students, with generous and welcoming communal spaces, designed to Passivhaus standard.

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Gascoigne East Plot J

Gascoigne East Plot J

Proposed

Providing 124 new affordable homes around a communal courtyard, Plot J will be the first net zero carbon building to be delivered by Be First, Barking and Dagenham’s development company.

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Livesey Exchange

Livesey Exchange

Proposed

Livesey Exchange is a new cultural destination for Old Kent Road, designed and led by local residents. Conceived as ‘Village Hall meets Turbine Hall', it will be a local hub for skill sharing.

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The Britannia Project

The Britannia Project

Planning Granted

Council led regeneration of a London community delivering a new leisure centre, new housing and new school places to anticipate the facilities and amenities requirements for its expanding population.

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Fairfield Halls

Fairfield Halls

Built

Fairfield Halls has undergone a major conservation project sympathetically upgrade the venue returning many features from the original 1962 building, while creating new sustainable community spaces.

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Morland Gardens

Morland Gardens

Planning Granted

A socially focussed mixed-use scheme in the London Borough of Brent including 65 new council homes, a 2500m² state-of-the-art adult education centre with public café and 700m² of affordable workspace.

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Leven Road Gasworks, Poplar

Leven Road Gasworks, Poplar

Planning Granted

The 8.3 ha site is a residential-led mixed-use development aiming to deliver a 1 ha riverside park, 2,800 new homes in a range of sizes and tenures, and approximately 10,000 sq m of mixed-uses.

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Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene's

Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene's

Built

This project provides access – physical and cultural – to an under-used Grade I listed church on the Heritage at Risk register, opening the building up to the community for wider users.

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Former Maria Fidelis School Site Meanwhile Use

Former Maria Fidelis School Site Meanwhile Use

Planning Granted

Innovative meanwhile use of a former school, repurposed to provide high quality workspace, community facilities, allotments & gardens, as well as a Construction Skills Centre to enable new HS2 station

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Old Paradise Street

Old Paradise Street

Proposed

Paradise will transform a neglected and disused site into a forward-looking sustainable office building which might become a test case for promoting awareness around the carbon impact of buildings.

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Southbank Undercroft Skate Space

Southbank Undercroft Skate Space

Built

The Southbank Centre Skate project focuses on the Undercroft area of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, aiming to sensitively restore the skaters’ space

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Hobhouse

Hobhouse

Built

A part new build, part refurbishment, mixed-use development comprising new residences, offices and retail spaces and an art gallery within a Grade II listed John Nash building.

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Wellfit+Hardess, Loughborough Junction

Wellfit+Hardess, Loughborough Junction

Proposed

Creative light industrial and residential mixed-use development by Metaphorm Architects providing a makers hub, 170 market and affordable homes plus new public realm, located at the viaducts crossing.

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