In 2012, the practice won the ‘International Breakthrough Architect of the Year Award’ at the prestigious Building Design Awards, in recognition of their work in Polar Regions. Since its foundation, Mr. Broughton’s practice has developed a strong reputation for well-considered contemporary design. Projects designed by Hugh have won awards from the RIBA, the Civic Trust and the International Property Federation. Following shortlisting for the prestigious competition to expand the headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva, Mr. Broughton has led a series of international design competition wins, most notably the RIBA competition for Maidstone Museum, the design of the Spanish Antarctic Base, the RIBA International competition for the design of Halley VI Antarctic Research Station, the design of the US Atmospheric Observatory at Summit Station in Greenland and the invited competition for Welbeck Gallery in Nottinghamshire.
With work that ranges from commercial, cultural, residential, and most recently in extreme environments, Hugh Broughton Architects is truly a multi-talented firm with international influence.
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