Ben Duckworth

Ben Duckworth

Architect

Ben Duckworth is a Principal, Executive Group Member and Head of Design at HASSELL. He is responsible for the process and quality of design at HASSELL.

Ben has led the design of significant national and international projects in a wide range of sectors and contexts. His projects span single spaces to master plans for 20,000 people and typologies ranging from residential, to sporting, commercial, cultural and educational. To all of these projects he has brought an interest in connecting people.

Prior to joining HASSELL, Ben was the Project Director at Herzog & de Meuron for projects including the New Tate Modern, the Blavatnik School of Government, Kolkata Museum of Modern Art and the 2012 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion.

At HASSELL Ben has led projects such as The Point, 97 Franklin Street, Melbourne Park Administration Building and Flinders Street Station International Design Competition. Ben has delivered lectures in universities across Australia and overseas. He has also taught a Masters Design Studio at the University of Melbourne. 

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