Triumph at European Healthcare Design Awards

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We are thrilled to announce that we have received three prestigious wins at the 2024 European Healthcare Design Awards, further cementing our global expertise in healthcare design. The Louisa Martindale Building emerged as a standout project, winning in both the "Development Over 25,000 Square Metres" and "Interior Design and Arts" categories. Additionally, The Great Ormond Street Hospital was honoured with the “Future Healthcare Design” prize.

The Louisa Martindale Building sets new standards in healthcare design, with state-of-the-art clinical and support facilities that will treat over 100,000 patients annually across 13 floors. The design seamlessly integrates into its historic surroundings and offers patient rooms with views of the English Channel, enhancing the healing environment. Its interior design strategy celebrates the unique character of Brighton and Sussex, creating themed "fingers" for different sections of the building, each with distinct colour palettes, artwork, and wayfinding to reduce stress for users.

Our multi-award-winning Children’s Cancer Centre at The Great Ormond Street Hospital features flexible and innovative spaces inspired by themes of 'House' and 'Garden,' developed through consultations with young patients. Improving outcomes for cancer is a major priority worldwide and paediatric cancer is assuming increasing importance. This Centre will create a national resource for children with rare and difficult-to treat cancers through holistic, personalized and coordinated care across the child’s entire cancer journey.

We also received high commendations for the Christie Paterson Building, Wexham Park Hospital, and the Oak Cancer Centre.

These projects highlight our ability to enhance patient care, advance research, and create safe, healing environments through thoughtful design, underscoring our leadership in healthcare design on a global scale.

The European Healthcare Design Awards celebrate and recognize professional excellence in the design of healthcare environments around the globe. Congratulations to everyone involved in these outstanding projects!