Structural form is becoming increasingly apparent in structures around the world, and comprises an art form that should be celebrated. That’s the opinion at least of Nick Russell, the new president of the Institution of Structural Engineers.

Russell is a director of Thomasons UK with 34 years’ experience as a structural engineer. Last month he was appointed the Institution’s 94th president, and he now presides over the world’s largest membership organisation dedicated to the art and science of structural engineering with over 27,000 members in 105 countries….