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Ben Addy – Moxon Architects
The IABSE British Group Annual Lecture 2023 will be given by Ben Addy of Moxon Architects. The lecture will be held at the IStructE headquarters. Join us to learn why “no-one should be interested in the design of bridges”.
The lecture will be followed by the IABSE British Group Annual Dinner, which will take place at the Compton in Clerkenwell, a short walk from the IStructE.
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No one should be interested in the design of bridges
In 20 years of practice, architect Ben Addy has consistently returned to Cedric Price’s 1972 provocation: “No one should be interested in the design of bridges – they should be concerned with how to get to the other side.”
Today, in the context of climate change and the ecological crisis, Ben Addy explains why the design of bridges is integral to the bigger picture.
Presenting his working methodology through a wide range of Moxon Architects’ projects – from bridges and infrastructure to buildings and public space – Ben Addy explains how the principle of doing more with less informs all of his architecture and why an engineering sensibility is critical in addressing some of the challenges in today’s world.
Ben Addy is the founding Director of Moxon Architects. He is an award winning architect with experience across sectors and particular expertise in projects involving the creation of new public infrastructure. Having established Moxon in 2004, he has cultivated a reputation for technical achievement, aesthetic versatility and an inquisitive, collaborative design process.