Maich Swift architects

Maich Swift Architects was founded following a period of 5 years when Paul Maich and Ted Swift worked together at Caruso St John Architects on the design and construction of various projects including the 2016 Stirling Prize winning Newport Street Gallery. Over the last 10 years They have led numerous residential, retail and cultural projects. They have experience of working in sensitive contexts and on historic, listed and public buildings.

The practice is committed to the successful delivery of ambitious and characterful schemes and approach each project with care and rigour. Maich Swift works using different methods of enquiry and representation to communicate ideas, and actively follow these through to construction with a thorough understanding of materials and methods of building.

Together they aim to produce work of the highest quality and demonstrate the value of good, careful design on projects relating to architecture, interiors and furniture.

Hoxton Docks by Drone. Showing: Flood House (2016), Wikkelhouse (2016), and Beach House (2015). Music: Overdrive by Dominic Razlaff (aka DR). (creative commons).

Antepavilion

Established in 2017 Antepavilion is an Arts and Architecture Charity that aims to encourage independent thought and foster creativity around the subjects of Art and Architecture.

The annual competition, the Antepavilion Commission - with invaluable support from the Architecture Foundation - offers emerging architects, artists and makers an opportunity to create new work for public display within the Columbia and Brunswick Wharf complex, a unique urban environment, situated on the Regents Canal in Haggerston, East London..

Detail from the Potemkin design process

Detail from the Potemkin design process

Architecture Foundation

For over 20 years, the Architecture Foundation has brought together professionals from across the built environment to discuss and act on issues related to design and the built environment. With a renewed focus on the city and the critical intersection of architecture and politics, the Architecture Foundation works to effect meaningful change on policy and practice.

The Architecture Foundation hosts debates, make films, commission critical writing, curate exhibitions, publish books and engage industry figures directly fostering new relationships and collaboration to help shape the quality of the built environment.