Architectural Practice of the Year

Moxon Architects

When speaking of this practice, our Chair Prof Alan Dunlop said: “The remarkable thing is they found a site and built their Headquarter themselves”

Hams Way Footbridge


Designed in collaboration with COWI and Burroughs the Hams Way Footbridge forms part of the important Worcester Southern Link Road Phase 4 project and replaces a signal-controlled pedestrian crossing across the A4440, one of Worcester’s busiest roads carrying more than 30,000 vehicles each day. With the aim of improving sustainable transport links in the area, the new footbridge improves National Cycle Network Route 46 from Worcester towards the Malvern Hills by separating cyclists and pedestrians from traffic at the busy […]

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Quarry Studios


The studio complex is sited in a former quarry, surrounded by a heavily wooded area near the geographic centre of the Cairngorms National Park.  Anchored around two concrete monoliths, the principal studio and café buildings represent the private and public aspects of practice: encouraging collaboration and concentration. The building form has been configured to nestle into the surrounding moraine landform of drumlin and esker. Tucked into the bowl of the quarry with the roofline set parallel to the escarpment edge […]

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Durslade Farm Shop


Since opening in 2014 Hauser & Wirth’s art centre in Bruton, Somerset (UK) has become a significant cultural institution creating numerous jobs and drawing hundreds of thousands of people to the area.  The farm shop is the latest addition to a site that has evolved organically over the centuries. Moxon worked closely on the concept with Luis Laplace, the architect for the wider site. Consolidating and expanding the existing estate shop in a more welcoming and accessible location, it offers […]

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