Tag : Moxon Architects
Moxon studio tour: ‘Being client, architect and contractor on the project gave us a huge amount of freedom’VideoSubscription
In the last of three articles on practices that have recently designed their own offices, the AJ visits Cairngorms-based Moxon. Film and photography by Jim Stephenson
16.01.20: In practiceSubscription
The AJ features three architecture firms that have recently designed their own studios: HAT Projects in Colchester; Gort Scott in south London; and Moxon in the Cairngorms. We also look at Feilden Clegg Bradley’s transformation of an 18th-century cotton mill at Ancoats in Manchester. PLUS We meet architecture’s poet in residence LionHeart; the growing calls to slash VAT on building ...
Moxon wins timber bridge contestSubscription
Moxon Architects has won an invited competition to design a timber pedestrian and cycle bridge in Balingen, southern Germany
Cairngorms National Park Authority Headquarters by Moxon Architects has been named best workplace project up to 10,000m² at the 2019 AJ Architecture Awards
Global startup WeWork’s move to property ownership marks a significant step in the flexible office market – with plenty of opportunities for architects, reports Ella Jessel
Moxon Architects has renovated the Fife Arms hotel in Braemar for a contemporary art dealing client
The 405m² project in the Highlands provides a new public face to a 19th-century building in the Scottish Highlands
Moxon pitches new-look rail structure to marketSubscription
Moxon Architects is in talks with contractors after developing a ‘visually sensitive’ alternative to overhead line structures (OLS) on the railway.
A proposed new footbridge along the bank of the River Thames in west London designed by Moxon Architects has been submitted to planners
Moxon Architects has won the go-ahead to build its new headquarters in a disused quarry in the Scottish Highlands