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Buildings for extreme environments

Stories from Supple June 2018

Buildings for extreme environments

Hugh Broughton is a British architect and one of the world's leading designers of buildings for extreme, isolated environments. In 2005 his practice Hugh Broughton Architects won the international competition for the design of a new British research station in Antarctica. This has led to commissions in other extreme, isolated environments as well as further commissions in polar regions. I spoke to Hugh about the polar research station he designed for the British Antarctic Survey as well as some of his projects in other inaccessible environments.

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Back to Antarctica!

News 1 March 2018

Back to Antarctica!

Hugh Broughton Architects working in collaboration with Jasmax has been selected to lead the redevelopment of Scott Base for Antarctica New Zealand on Ross Island.

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HBA back in Kent with a new design competition win

News 22 December 2017

HBA back in Kent with a new design competition win

Hugh Broughton Architects are delighted to announce that we have won the commission for the restoration of the Grade II* listed Naval Church at Sheerness Dockyard in Kent.

Hugh Broughton Architects – working with conservation specialist Martin Ashley Architects – will draw up plans to restore and convert the ruined Neoclassical landmark into a new flexible business space, restaurant and exhibition area for a large model of the historic harbour.

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