Alongside his work with historic buildings, Hugh Broughton is recognized as the world’s leading designer of Polar research facilities and recently completed the space age Halley VI for the British Antarctic Survey. The company’s current workload includes a visitor center for a 12th century castle in York, a hospital on Tristan da Cunha, the world’s most remote inhabited island in the south Atlantic and an archive and visitor facilities for the Foundation of the acclaimed artist, Henry Moore.
ANCHORAGE: Oct 31
FAIRBANKS: Nov 1
JUNEAU: Nov 2
The 2017 Itinerary for Fly by Design is here. Join us in Chile February 19th to the 25th, 2017. Details: FBD 2017
We are excited to announce NOSTALGIA, ADF’s 2016-2017 lecture season. NOSTALGIA celebrates the ways in which designers and artists embrace, reject or leverage the human tendency towards nostalgia, or the yearning for a previous time, place or experience.
Furthermore, we are interested in learning how nostalgia affects the design process consciously or unconsciously. Is there any truth to “everything old is new again”? Are there new ideas or just new re-interpretations of previous thinking?
The first lecture will be architect Hugh Broughton (London), on October 31 – November 2.
- Hugh Broughton / Architect / London
- Local Legends / Charles Bettisworth, Larry Cash, Wayne Jensen, John McCool
- Cas Holman / Toy Designer / Rhode Island
- Duffy (Joe & Joseph) / Graphic Designers / Minneapolis
- Judith Clark & Adam Phillips / Fashion, Author collaboration / London
- Joel Salatin / Farmer / Virginia
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