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Architecture Today February 2019

Founder of Hugh Broughton Architects, whose work includes a recent extension to Maidstone Museum, the design of Antarctic research stations for the UK and Spain, and an American atmospheric observatory in Greenland, reflects on his love of Barcelona for the feature 'My Kind of Town' in Architecture Today.

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Antarctopia February 2019

Hugh Broughton's essay 'Life in the freezer' featured in the accompanying catalogue for the Venice Architecture Biennale's Antarctic Pavilion exhibition Antarctopia in 2014.

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DesignCurial February 2019

DesignCurial asked Hugh Broughton to reflect on his first built work

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ICON February 2019

ICON invited Hugh Broughton to name his five most covetable objects.

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Architecture Today February 2019

Collaboration lends strength and solace to architectural practice, says Hugh Broughton, in Architecture Today's regular column 'Learning from'.

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Building Design February 2019

Hugh Broughton knows the Spanish capital’s buildings intimately but the one that really stood out was Rafael Moneo’s magnificent art gallery.
By Pamela Buxton

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Museums Journal February 2019

How do architectural practices go about designing and reimagining museums and galleries? Reporting for Museums Journal, John Holt interviewed Hugh Broughton to find out.

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Concrete Quarterly February 2019

Concrete Quarterly asked Hugh Broughton to reflect on the concrete buildings which have most inspired him.

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inter - view February 2019

While visiting Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Hugh Broughton sat down with Phillip Denny to talk about Antarctica, Ruskin and “humanistic modernism.”

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AIA Dallas Springboard February 2019

In a recent Dallas Architecture Forum speaking engagement at The Magnolia Theatre, Hugh Broughton showcased some of the practice's work for the Polar regions as well as other renovation and rehabilitation projects.
The following day, Ryan Flener of Good Fulton & Farrell Architects, had the opportunity to meet with him to discuss his ideas, practice, and thoughts on Dallas.

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