Thursday, October 12, 2006


Image courtesy of Photo by Paul Tyagi

It is very rare that you get the full spectrum of architectural processes into one building - but this one, I believe, has pretty much most of them.

Designed from the ground up around the family and using children and their families along the full design process, this building is a remarkable example of 'fit for purpose'.

It revolutionises not only the concept for children's hospital but also for hospital's in general.

The Evelina Children's hospital by Hopkins Architects would therefore be a worthy winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize (The Architectural Oscars) on October 14th.

See the video of the building and check it out yourself on the Hopkins website - go to the projects link


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