There was a certain incongruity in seeing a projection of Hugh Broughton’s jaunty pavilions for the Halley VI Antarctic Research Station in front of the magnificent baroque decorations of the Painted Hall at the Royal Naval College in Greenwich. Broughton in fact is working at the college, on a very discreet disabled lift. But the reason for the images was a magnificent dinner with speakers on the topic ‘Extreme architecture: saving and surviving the ice’. Speakers ...
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