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4 February 2019

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.

Tristan da Cunha is the world's most remote inhabited island - 4,600 miles south of St. Helena - with a permanent population of less than 300 people.

The 994m2 health facility features outpatients facilities, a dentist, and inpatient areas including a full surgical suite and support areas. The larch-clad scheme overlooks the sea and features an asymmetrical pitched roof with rooflights providing light into the waiting areas and multi-functional spaces below. 

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