Your project’s DNA

Maggie Mullan Architects delves deeper; we extract more richness and deliver better projects because we understand the DNA of your project.

Our Approach

MMA combines empathy with analytical expertise. We understand the fabric of a building, marrying it with users’ needs, emotional connection, its historic footprint and a flexible blueprint for future use.

You own it

A sense of belonging and ownership for the community in a practical, beautiful useful space.

About

Maggie Mullan Architects is an architectural practice with over 20 years’ experience across a range of sectors. Maggie Mullan, principal, is a chartered architect; from a base in Liverpool she has designed and delivered a wide variety of masterplans, new buildings and refurbishments throughout the UK.

MMA is immensely proud of a client base which includes private individuals and developers, universities, churches and charitable organisations. As a design consultancy and project management service, MMA is steeped in knowledge of architecture, planning, design, space utilisation, briefing and construction. MMA combines high level project insight with collaborative working to bring the best solution to each client’s needs, ambitions and budget, developing results-focused and responsive projects.

MMA has over a decade of involvement with the region and the city of Liverpool in both professional and voluntary capacities. Maggie Mullan, principal, is a Places Matter trustee, and both a freelance journalist for the Architects’ Journal, and a judge on its architecture awards panel. She is a founding member of Professionaliverpool; was the first female president of Liverpool Architectural Society, a RIBA competition advisor and external examiner at the University of Liverpool. She has been an active board member of Dream High for over ten years, and serves as both a member of the Liverpool Diocesan Advisory Committee and a Merseystem Ambassador.

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MMA has over a decade of involvement with the region and the city of Liverpool in both professional and voluntary capacities. Maggie Mullan, principal, is a Places Matter trustee, and both a freelance journalist for the Architects’ Journal, and a judge on its architecture awards panel. She is a founding member of Professionaliverpool; was the first female president of Liverpool Architectural Society, a RIBA competition advisor and external examiner at the University of Liverpool. She has been an active board member of Dream High for over ten years, and serves as both a member of the Liverpool Diocesan Advisory Committee and a Merseystem Ambassador.

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Our Approach

Empathy and analytical expertise lie at the heart of everything we do. We’re at our best paying attention to detail, campaigning and using our sophisticated understanding of planning law to create projects that deliver.

Our approach means we’re not driven by the need to build. We focus on the solution that works best for you; whether that’s skilled and empathetic use of space, or creative adaptation. Our work brings a fluidity and consistency that binds old and new together, creating memorable, practical and accessible spaces.

We have an excellent reputation for delivery, using our analytical skills to bring your project to fruition. Identifying your core objectives allows us to make sure that our clients have full ownership of own their projects – you’ll know the solutions we present are correct; working for the building, land, environment, culture and community of people who use it.

We build trust with our clients through the level of service we deliver. We have gained a reputation for running projects on time and on budgets, where the outcomes match your ambitions.

It’s not just delivering the work; it’s the alignment of client and consultant – a marriage that’s based on our empathic approach to the project and people MMA works with.

We are true problem-solvers.

We have an excellent reputation for delivery, using our analytical skills to bring your project to fruition. Identifying your core objectives allows us to make sure that our clients have full ownership of own their projects – you’ll know the solutions we present are correct; working for the building, land, environment, culture and community of people who use it.

We build trust with our clients through the level of service we deliver. We have gained a reputation for running projects on time and on budgets, where the outcomes match your ambitions.

It’s not just delivering the work; it’s the alignment of client and consultant – a marriage that’s based on our empathic approach to the project and people MMA works with.

We are true problem-solvers.

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Ecologically
Aware

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Supporting and
facilitating
operational change

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True
problem-solvers

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Creative space
utilisation

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Empathetic
architectural
solutions

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Results-focused
and responsive

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Barbara Daley HAIR SALON

MMA has a longstanding relationship with Barbara Daley Hair and Beauty, which mirrors the growth of the business.

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The Barn At Botley Hill

Located at the top of the North Downs Way in the Surrey Hills, this luxury wedding venue is blessed with spectacular views of rolling countryside, which the are enhanced by the design’s panoramic perspectives.

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Church Diocese

MMA worked with the PCC (parochial church council) to undertake the feasibility study and empathetic design.

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LIPA

LIPA has embarked on an exciting venture to expand its curriculum and transform its learning facilities.

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Liverpool Central Library

The journey with Liverpool Central Library started in 2000. As an architect at AS:L, Maggie undertook the interior design scheme to improve the reception area, dating back to the 1950s.

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University of Liverpool

MMA spearheaded the master plan of the University of Liverpool’s School of Environmental Sciences. This project involved the reimagining of the department’s configuration, relocating it from six buildings in the northern campus to what is now its new home in the northern campus.

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