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Successful relocation of Halley VI

News 7 February 2017

Successful relocation of Halley VI

The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has successfully relocated Halley VI Antarctic Research Station to its new home on the Brunt Ice Shelf. 

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Cold Feet

News 24 October 2016

Cold Feet

Hugh Broughton will be speaking at the Alaska Design Forum in Anchorage on October 31st, Fairbanks on November 1st and Juneau on November 2nd - more details at Alaska Design Forum.  He will then provide the keynote address to the AIA Alaska Annual Conference in Fairbanks on November 4th - more details at AIA Website

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HBA success at the American Architecture Prize awards

News 10 October 2016

HBA success at the American Architecture Prize awards

Two of HBA's recent projects have been honoured at the 2016 American Architecture Prize awards.

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Henry Moore Studios & Gardens open to the public

News 27 June 2016

Henry Moore Studios & Gardens open to the public

We are delighted to announce that our project for a new visitors' centre for the Henry Moore Foundation will open to the public on 1 July 2016. 

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The Portland Collection wins RIBA National Award

News 23 June 2016

The Portland Collection wins RIBA National Award

The Portland Collection has been announced as the recipient of an RIBA National Award 2016. All award-winning projects will now be considered for this year's Stirling Prize.

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Halley VI on show at Constellation.s

News 2 June 2016

Halley VI on show at Constellation.s

Halley VI is on display at Constellation.s, a major exhibition created and organised by arc en rêve centre d'architecture in Bordeaux (France). The exhibition will be open until 25 September 2016. 

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Green light for work at Greenwich's Painted Hall

News 26 April 2016

Green light for work at Greenwich's Painted Hall

Our project for the conservation of Sir Christopher Wren's Painted Hall at Greenwich's Old Royal Naval College has been granted Scheduled Ancient Monument consent and awarded a £3.2M grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund towards the £8M project cost.

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Competition win for the world's most remote inhabited island

News 21 March 2016

Competition win for the world's most remote inhabited island

HBA, in collaboration with Galliford Try International and Top Housing, have won a design competition for a new health facility on the island of Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic.

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