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After seven years as a critical member of Wilkinson Eyre Architects' bridge team, Ben Addy established the London-based practice Moxon Architects in 2004. Its workload ranges from research projects to buildings currently on site, including Makkina Studios in west London, a lightweight reproducible bridge for use in Cairngorms National Park in Scotland, and the renovation of a large London townhouse into highly serviced studio and conference space for a car designer. The practice also provides specialist consultancy services to more established architectural and design firms. In 1999 Addy won the AJ/Bovis non-members award for work in the Royal Academy summer show. He was a Civic Trust Awards assessor in 2004.

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