Ben Addy RSA established Moxon in 2004 and has cultivated the practice into an award-winning, cross-disciplinary architecture firm, building up a reputation for technical achievement, aesthetic versatility and an inquisitive, collaborative design process.


For nine years, Addy also ran a Degree Unit in Architectural Design at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College, London. Addy’s students include recipients of the RIBA Undergraduate Medal, the RIBA Dissertation Medal, RIBA Serjeant Award and the UCL Donaldson Medal.


Aside from his work in architectural and infrastructure design Addy has a keen interest in product and industrial design. He is the inventor and patent holder for a new type of overhead power transmission mast for railway applications. He is also the designer of the Tiffany/Royal Parks Foundation drinking fountain, which can now be found throughout nine of London’s ten royal parks.


Outside of his work at Moxon, Addy is Director of an Aberdeenshire-based construction company and sits on the Cairngorms Trust board. Addy is on call 365 days a year as an active member of the Braemar Mountain Rescue Team.