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Kenneth Severn Award 2017: How should structural engineers balance safety and serviceability requirements with a human desire for elegance and beauty?

The Institution of Structural Engineers’ Kenneth Severn Award is an annual essay competition for young engineers in which the question is set by the President. In this essay, 2017 winner Amy Cleaves considers how engineers can be educated to achieve elegance in their designs.

Author(s): A. Cleaves