Easy on the ice

Left: The Halley site is 3,000km south of the Falklands, and 20km from the edge of the ice sheet. Hugh Broughton Architects’ aims to strictly limit energy use, but faces the challenge of a nine-month winter of gloom or permanent darkness.

Despite its setting, the Halley VI Antarctic station will have to minimise water use.

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