Ben Addy of London-based practice Moxon Architects has taken joint first place in a competition organised by Benetton and the Fabrica research centre in Italy. The Fabrica campus - Benetton's research and development centre designed by Tadao Ando - contains a Lebanese cedar that recently died. The tree was considered intrinsic to Ando's designs and a competition was launched to give it new purpose. Addy's scheme sought to provide structural support to the tree, to hold it upright even ...
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