Design Challenge: Antarctica
A victim of global warming, the Halley Station and the ice it rests on will cease to exist within the decade. In anticipation of this event, the British Antarctic Survey is looking to build a $35 million design on the landward side of the broken shelf. Architects are asked to create a structure for 60 scientists, able to handle the harsh conditions of -30 degree winters, blinding snowstorms, and howling winds. With no other humans for 600 miles, 'aesthetically inspiring' is a must.
Thanks to Jeffrey Goodman