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28 Mar 2018
RIBA East Awards Shortlist 2018
Henry Moore Archive, Herts, is one of nineteen buildings shortlisted for RIBA East 2018 regional awards:

RIBA East Awards Shortlist 2018

23 Jun 2016
The Portland Collection, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England
The Portland Collection
photo courtesy RIBA

A RIBA National Award Winner 2016 – 23 Jun 2016

3 May 2016

The Harley Gallery, Welbeck Estate, Worksop, Bassetlaw district, Nottinghamshire, England

New gallery to house the Portland Collection

The Harley Gallery
photograph : Hufton+Crow

The new gallery, which officially opened to the public on 20 March 2016, will show changing displays of the historic Portland Collection, one of the finest accumulations of paintings, sculpture, books, tapestries and furniture in private hands in Britain.

The Portland Collection – The Harley Gallery

30 Apr 2015

The Old Royal Naval College Conservation, Greenwich, London, England

The Old Royal Naval College
photo from architects

The Old Royal Naval College Conservation by Hugh Broughton Architects

• Hugh Broughton Architects have been commissioned by The Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich to lead the professional team for Phase II of the project to conserve the Painted Hall.
• Decorated between 1708 and 1727 by Sir James Thornhill, the Painted Hall is a masterpiece of baroque art and a highlight of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site
• The first phase of the conservation project was completed in 2012 with 560 square metres of paintings cleaned and conserved to dramatic effect
• The second phase will conserve the remaining 3,700 square metres of the Hall and deliver a new visitor reception in the undercroft below

1 Mar 2012

Harley Gallery Nottinghamshire – New art gallery for the Harley Foundation, England

Location: Harley Gallery Welbeck, Worksop, Nottinghamshire

Harley Foundation Art Gallery
image from MRC

Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC) announce that Hugh Broughton Architects (HBA) has won the invited competition to design a new art gallery for the Harley Foundation on the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire.

HBA narrowly beat Caruso St John Architects. Six practices were shortlisted in the closely-run contest for the £5 million scheme; the others were Dow Jones Architects, Gianni Botsford Architects, Haworth Tompkins Architects and Tony Fretton Architects.

Harley Gallery Nottinghamshire

19 Nov 2013

Halley VI Antarctic Research Station, Antarctica
Design: Hugh Broughton Architects + AECOM

This Polar Research Station project is one of the winners of The The Structural Awards 2013

Halley VI Polar Research Station Antarctica
photo : James Morris

Halley VI Antarctic Research Station

6 Dec 2012

The Architect of the Year 2012, England

Housing design specialist ABA, the business founded by Canadian-born architect Alison Brooks, has been named the UK’s best architecture practice at the Architect of the Year Awards in London.

Other award winners included the architects of the Olympic Eton Manor venue, Stanton Williams, and the architect behind the ground-breaking design of the Halley IV Antarctic Research Station for the British Antarctic Survey, Hugh Broughton.

Architect of the Year

Preston Bus Station Competition, Lancashire, England
Preston Bus Station interior
photograph © Adrian Welch
Preston Bus Station Competition
Hugh Broughton, RIBA Adviser, commented: “This competition provides an inspiring opportunity to bring creativity and vision to a truly significant listed building in ways which will be engaging and entirely relevant to the people of Preston.”

More buildings by Hugh Broughton Architects online soon

Location:41A Beavor Ln, London W6 9BL


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