© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

Halley VI Antarctic Research Station // AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

Antarctica

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Photography James Morris, Anthony Dubber and
Sam Burrell
Contractor: Galliford Try
Halley VI Antarctic Research Station – the world’s first re-locatable research facility – is now in use, signalling a new dawn for 21st Century polar research.
Opening one hundred years after Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Antarctic expeditions, the new state-of-the-art research facility demonstrates the UK’s ambition to remain at the forefront of scientific endeavour.

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

Halley VI Antarctic Research Station is designed by Hugh Broughton Architects with AECOM and constructed by Galliford Try for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS).
The project demonstrates an ability to create ground-breaking architecture characterised by a compelling concept, executed with fastidious attention to detail and exemplary levels of coordination.
Pushing the boundaries of design in a life critical environment, it creates a beacon for sustainable living in the Polar Regions to draw attention to some of the most significant science conducted on our planet.

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

Links:
– https://vimeo.com/95850619.

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

© AECOM, Hugh Broughton Architects

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