27 June 2016
We are delighted to announce that our project for a new visitors' centre for the Henry Moore Foundation will open to the public on 1 July 2016.
Completion of the improved visitor facilities marks the first phase of a new era for the Foundation. This summer, in a short preview season following the venue's redevelopment, visitors can enjoy exploring Moore’s former home, studios, and extensive grounds, with a new display of his monumental works in the open air, alongside improved café and shop facilities.
In 2017 the Foundation’s master plan will be complete, with the launch of new archive facilities, also designed by Hugh Broughton Architects. The completion of the masterplan will be marked by the opening of ‘Becoming Henry Moore’, a major exhibition for the 2017 season.
News 6 June 2022
Hugh Broughton Architects is seeking a qualified Architect with proven Revit skills to work on a series of Antarctic Science Research Stations, preferably with knowledge of the Australian and New Zealand construction industry
Please refer to the Contact page for a role description and to learn how to apply.
News 29 March 2022
The conservation and major project we designed with Martin Ashley Architects at the medieval Clifford’s Tower for English Heritage opens to the public on 2nd April. It includes a timber structure supporting a deck with views towards York Minster. Suspended metal walkways give access to features unseen by the public for 350 years.