Ted Swift (1987) and Paul Maich (1983) founded Maich Swift Architects in 2017. The practice is committed to the successful delivery of ambitious and characterful schemes and approach each project with care and rigour. We work 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. Maich Swift recently completed the Potemkin Pavilion for The Architecture Foundation, a temporary stage and belvedere atop a canal-side warehouse on Regent’s Canal.
The lecture by Ted Swift will be introduced by David Grandorge and is the eleventh of the ‘Form-Givers’ Lecture Series at The Cass, organised by senior lecturer James Payne. Ted Swift is an alumnus of the architecture school having graduated from London Met in 2011.
FormGivers is a lecture series about young practices throughout Europe – confident and inventive ‘form-givers’ who are delivering their first projects. Lecturers will discuss architectural language and form in their practice, research or teaching. FormGivers is curated by James Payne.