This has to be one the most strangest and fun projects we have worked on.
We were approached by Tywcross Zoo whom asked if there was anyway we could bring some of their buildings to life along with updating the general signage around the Zoo.
The end result / pictures say it all and we managed to exceed their all of their expectations.
Halley VI Antarctic Research Station, which became operational in February 2013, paying particular attention to human factors, the environmental approach and the technical solutions adopted to create a state-of-the-art home for science in one of the remotest parts of our planet.
Halley VI sits on the freezing, floating Brunt Ice Shelf. It is open all year round with a crew of 52 working in the summer and only 16 staying on site in the winter season. Hydraulically elevated ski-based modules were developed to respond to annually rising snow levels and the need to relocate the base if the site calves off as a giant iceberg. A special central module provides a dramatic open plan living and social area at the heart of the station.