In this comment piece written by Jessica Lee, talks us through the standout trends in designing for aged care.
STH’s Anna Fox, Bill Kaloudis, Natalie Pitt and Stuart Turk put forward the case for emotionally responsive design with reference to healthcare projects that prioritise safety, views and space among other things.
In this comment piece on healthcare design, Edwina Bennett, associate principal at Woods Bagot, asserts that it’s time to prioritise people with new ways of organising our health spaces.
Opening in February 2023, the centrepiece of the $632 million Stage 2 Campbelltown Hospital Redevelopment in south-west Sydney realises the latest thinking around healthcare and healing environments. Campbelltown Hospital campus is almost doubled in size in Billard Leece Partnership’s (BLP) integrated design.
The trade-off between design versatility and performance is officially over in the world of durable flooring, thanks to these two Polyflor solutions.
Say what you will about the administration of China, they sure know how to address a lack of medical facilities in the face of a crisis.
For resurgent Christchurch, Tūranga is reinventing how a central library can ignite its cultural and social capital in a city still rebuilding.
Frightening or fascinating? Perth Children’s Hospital takes the nightmare out of hospital visits, inviting curiosity and play into its life-changing spaces.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that nobody ever ‘enjoys’ getting sick. However, it is equally true – but perhaps less often acknowledged – that the future of healthcare architecture in Australia is a bright and exciting one.
Charlotte Ruben, partner at Swedish firm White Arkitekter, is at the forefront of the new generation of hospital design. Ruben shares her insights into this growing sector and how a hospital ecosystem comes together.