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Health Building Developments in England, UK

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Health Building Projects in England, chronological:

Cancer Treatment Centre, Hampshire, southern England
Design: BDP
Cancer Treatment Centre Building England
image from architect

Cancer Treatment Centre England – 30 Apr 2013
BDP has won the design competition for a new cancer treatment centre for Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. 36 architect-led teams entered the competition process from which six were shortlisted including Hopkins, Stantec Anshen & Allen, John Cooper, HLM and Steffian Bradley.

Montefiore Hospital, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, southern England
Architects: IBI Nightingale
Montefiore Hospital
photo © Richard Chivers
Montefiore Hospital Building – 1 Mar 2013
IBI Nightingale has unveiled The Montefiore Hospital, a new private hospital in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex. The £35 million investment has given a former Victorian storehouse its third lease of life, with an elegant extension and refurbishment that provides cutting edge medical facilities. Designed by Clayton & Black in 1899, No.2 Montefiore Road was a furniture depository built for Hanningtons, a local department store.

CircleBath Hospital, Bath, southwest England
Fosters + Partners
Circle Bath England
image : Nigel Young_Foster + Partners

CircleBath Hospital
CircleBath is Foster + Partners’ first hospital and the first in a programme of new independent hospitals which offer a radical departure from orthodox approaches to hospital planning. The compact design encourages a sense of community and well-being with facilities more comparable to a luxury hotel rather than a traditional hospital. The three-storey hospital is set into the hills on the edge of protected green belt nine kilometres south east of Bath. It is planned around a central light filled atrium, promoting a sense of orientation and intimacy that is commonly lacking in larger hospitals.

Maggie’s Centre Nottingham, central England
Architects: CZWG
Maggies Nottingham
photo : Martine Hamilton Knight

Maggies Nottingham
Maggie’s Nottingham serves the Mid Trent Cancer Network and is situated next to the Breast Institute at Nottingham City Hospital. The Mid Trent Cancer Network covers the populations of Nottingham, North Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire – approximately 1.3 million people. Within this area, there are over 4,000 new cases of cancer a year. The near symmetrical design and generous height of Maggie’s Nottingham allows the building to have a sense of space and balance. The oval building of green glazed ceramic tiles floats over a smaller basement, with plants and trees surrounding.

Maggie’s Cheltenham, Cheltenham
MJP Architects
Maggies Cotswolds
image © Peter Durant

Maggie’s Cheltenham
This project has been designed from the inside out; the ingenious manipulation of scale has successfully created an intimate and domestic environment within what is actually a very social space. The building is crafted with refinement and sensuously detailed; colour, material and light have been used to great effect, creating an environment that is robust and tactile, jewel-like and rich. The use of mirrors and visual illusions is both appropriate and refreshing.

Maggies London, London, England – Stirling Prize winner 2009
Design: Richard Rogers
Maggie's Centre London
photo : Speirs and Major Associates / James Newton

Maggies London
How can a building can generate an immediate sense of welcome, serenity and even love on a frantic Hammersmith thoroughfare and in the shadow of a dauntingly huge NHS hospital? RSH’s quietly confident Maggie’s Centre building is unquestionably a haven for those who have been diagnosed with cancer. Their achievement is in having created a completely informal, home-like sanctuary to help patients with cancer. Conceived as a two-storey pavilion, the architects have sheltered the centre from its harsh surroundings with a thick and cheerful orange masonry wall that also serves as a backdrop for carefully planted tree groves and gardens.

English Hospital Buildings

Health Architecture Developments in UK, alphabetical:

Great Ormond Street Medical Centre
Architects: Llewelyn Davies Yeang
Great Ormond Street Hospital Building
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Great Ormond Street Hospital Building

Oxford Cancer Centre Building, England
Design: Steffian Bradley Architects
Oxford Cancer Centre
picture : SBA © Andy Spain

Oxford Cancer Centre

Royal Alexandra Hospital Brighton
BDP Architects
Royal Alexandra Hospital Brighton
photo © David Barbour BDP

Royal Alexandra Hospital Building

Royal Sussex County Hospital
BDP Architects
Royal Sussex County Hospital Building
picture from architects

Royal Sussex County Hospital Building

University College London Hospital, UK
Design: Llewelyn Davies
University College London Hospital
photo © Adrian Welch

University College London Hospital Wing

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Maggie’s Wales, Swansea, Wales
Architects: Kisho Kurokawa
Maggies Wales
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