33 Queen Square, University College Hospital, London, UCLH Building, Design
33 Queen Square University College Hospital
UCH Building Development, London, England – design by Devereux Architects
24 Nov 2008
33 Queen Square London
33 Queen Square wins prestigious hospital design award
Design: Devereux Architects
33 QUEEN SQUARE, BY DEVEREUX ARCHITECTS AND ALLIES AND MORRISON, WINS PRESTIGIOUS HOSPITAL DESIGN AWARD
Photos : Paul Riddle
A project for the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, part of University College London Hospitals (UCLH) and the Institute of Neurology at 33 Queen Square, London, has won the Judges Special Award in the Best Hospital Design category at the recent Building Better Healthcare Awards amidst intense competition. Designed by Devereux Architects, with the front addressing Queen Square by Allies and Morrison, the project was recognised by the judges for its importance in the urban context. In particular, it received special praise for the design of the elegant stone and glass façade to the square.
The project consists of a narrow infill building forming a physical link between the Queen Mary Wing of the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the recently refurbished Royal London Homeopathic Hospital also designed by Devereux Architects.
This Queen Square project was the first collaboration between Devereux Architects and Allies and Morrison. Together the practices have been appointed to design the new £41m clinical research facility for King’s College London (KCL) at Denmark Hill in South East London.
For Devereux Architects this is one of the most recent projects for these two clients for whom they have worked for 20 years.
33 Queen Square – Building Information
Client: University College London Hospitals and University College London
Lead Architect: Devereux Architects
Façade Design: Allies and Morrison
Execution Architect: Tangram Architects
Quantity Surveyor: Nisbets
Project manager: Inventures
33 Queen Square London images / information from Devereux Architects
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Building Better Healthcare Awards
The Brewery in London was packed with excited finalists, supporters and associated for the 10th annual Building Better Healthcare Awards – all eager to find the winners and highly commended of the UK’s most prestigious healthcare design awards.
With more than 500 guests including healthcare planners, architects, designers and contractors, the 2008 awards was the best attended ceremony on the past 10 years. Open to building, improvement and design projects which demonstrate all-round excellence, the BBH Awards celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams working in either the public or private sectors.
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