New London Architecture

Grafton Way Building, University College London Hospital

Built

Landmark new hospital provides 37,000m2 of contemporary facilities and houses one of just two NHS proton beam therapy centres, making it one of the leading oncology treatment hospitals in the world.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2022

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2022

Shortlisted in the HEALTHCARE category and for the ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY PRIZE

This landmark new hospital provides 37,000m2 of contemporary facilities and houses one of just two NHS proton beam therapy centres in the UK, making it one of the leading oncology treatment hospitals in the world.
It is designed to remove stress from the patient journey, actively promote positive outcomes, and support patient recovery. It is characterised by a generosity of space, light, transparency, and sensory encounters, to offer a calming environment and respite from the busy city. A spacious, light- filled atrium brings natural daylight right through the building and into every inpatient room, particularly important to very long-term patients.

Vote for this project in the ‘People’s Choice Award’. The voting deadline is 1 November 2022.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Camden

Size

37000 sq m

Completion

July 2021


Location

1 Grafton Way, London WC1E 6AS, UK


Team Credits

Client

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Architect

Scott Tallon Walker Architects in association with Edward Williams Architects

Contractor

Bouygues UK

Services Engineer

WSP

Structural Engineer

CampbellReith

Fire Engineer

Capita

Landscape Architect

Anna French Associates

Quantity Surveyor

Ridge & Partners

Project Manager

AECOM


Listed by

Scott Tallon Walker Architects

Last updated on

28/06/2022


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