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Halley Research Station., NA, Antarctica

Wednesday 20 Jul 2005
 

UK architects win Antarctica competition

 
Halley Research Station. by WAN Editorial in NA, Antarctica
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A futuristic design by Faber Maunsell and Hugh Broughton Architects has won the competition for the new British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Halley Research Station. The new modular station, elevated on ski-based jackable legs to avoid burial by snow, can be towed across the ice. The modules are simple to construct and can be re-arranged or relocated inland periodically as the ice shelf flows towards the sea. A central module packed with stimulating areas for recreation and relaxation is flanked by a series of modules designed to suit the changing needs of the science programmes. It features renewable energy sources and new environmental strategies for fuel, waste and material handling.

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WAN Editorial
worldarchitecturenews.com

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