How One Architecture Firm Is Building Sustainably in the Antarctic

December 14, 2018

Congratulations to Feed Media client, OZ Architecture for their work designing a new McMurdo Station on the world's coldest continent.

Congratulations to Feed Media client, OZ Architecture for their work designing a new McMurdo Station on the world’s coldest continent.

“OZ Architecture was as experienced at designing for extreme cold as you’d expect one Denver-based firm can be. Which is to say, not at all. But it was that naiveté that won the firm the job of a lifetime. McMurdo Station, the U.S.-owned science research center on Antarctica, the world’s coldest continent, was in need of more efficient architecture, and an architect that could bring order to its current warren of permanent and temporary turned permanent buildings. OZ Architecture brought a fresh perspective.” Writes Elizabeth Fazzare of Architectural Digest.

Learn more about OZ Architecture’s work improving logistical and energy efficiencies at McMurdo Station in the article from Architectural Digest here.

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