Hugh Broughton Architects are a British firm that was established by Hugh Broughton in London in 1995. They have a wide array of realised projects but are most noted for their experience in designing for extreme conditions. The most recent example of this is the Halley VI Antarctic Research Station. This competition-winning project has received a lot of media attention and won several awards, including AIA (UK) Best scientific project. Some of the other work carried out by the firm include heritage projects and masterplans.
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