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Bartlett International Lecture Series – Ben Addy

18:30 - 20:00 06 March 2013

Location: The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, Royal Ear Hospital, Ground Floor, Capper Street (corner of Huntley Street), London, WC1E 6AP

Ben Addy Lecture

Ben Addy founded Moxon Architects in 2004. In 2005 he became the youngest recipient ever of the Architects' Journal / Corus Steel 40 under 40 award for the most promising young architects in the UK.

He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and The Bartlett School of Architecture. During this time he received numerous awards, including: The Edinburgh Architectural Association J.R. Mackay Medal, a RIBA commendation and a Distinction from UCL for his Diploma thesis. 

For the last six years, he has been an exhibitor at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. His work has been included in a number of architectural publications including Architects Sketchbook [Thames and Hudson 2011] and New Residential Architecture [Mitchell Beazley 2005] and he has featured in periodicals as diverse as GQ Magazine, The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and New Civil Engineer.

Ben co-runs Unit 8 on the BSc Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 1) programme at the Bartlett School of Architecture and sits on the RIBA’s Building Futures Advisory Board.  He is a regular contributor to events and debates in the field of architecture, with recent contributions to events held by the RIBA, RIAS and New London Architecture.  Ben has lectured at universities throughout the UK and Europe and has sat on the jury of a number of architectural competitions including being a Civic Trust Awards Assessor in 2004 and helping to compile the shortlist for the RIBA London Region Awards in 2010.