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Design freeze

28 June 2019

First look at the concept design for the redevelopment of Scott Base for Antarctica New Zealand

New Zealand’s Deputy Prime Minister, Winston Peters, has announced that the New Zealand Government has committed $18.5 million for the next phase of the Scott Base Redevelopment Project, designed for Antarctica New Zealand by Hugh Broughton Architects and Jasmax, our architectural partners in Auckland.

The funding means that the detailed design and procurement phases for the new base can now commence, targeting a start of construction activities during the 2022 Antarctic season.

The designs for the new Scott Base will keep people safe and healthy, in buildings which support their well-being, connect them to their surroundings and provide inspiring spaces for living and working.

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We are looking for an Architect

News 2 January 2024

We are looking for an Architect

We are seeking an experienced architect to join our studio, taking up a permanent, dynamic role within our team.

The successful candidate will take the lead in the delivery of smaller projects as well as working within teams on larger schemes, assisting with the exploration of design ideas and production of detail packages and specifications.

Specific requirements for the role are outlined on our 'Contact' page with details on how to apply. 

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Clifford's Tower recognised on the global stage

News 5 December 2023

Clifford's Tower recognised on the global stage

The project for the conservation and design of visitors facilities at Clifford's Tower in York has been Highly Commended at the Dezeen Awards 2023. The Awards attracted over 4800 entries from 94 countries. The judges citation read: "This sensitive renovation of a 13th-century tower successfully preserves the historic fabric of the building while providing new ways for visitors to experience the ancient structure."

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