St. Bartholomews Hospital
London, UK., for HOK
St Bartholomew’s was founded in 1123 and is Britain’s oldest hospital. Serving a population of more than three million people, the hospital’s new nine-story King George V Building includes the Barts Heart Centre, the UK’s largest specialized cardiovascular facility. Some existing historic buildings on the site were refurbished, conserved and integrated with new construction to create the specialized cancer and cardiac center. The new building, which incorporates the retained King George V block, features a contemporary design of stone and brick that complements the existing Georgian architecture of London’s historic Smithfield area. The landscape design restores the main square on the site — originally designed by James Gibbs in the 1730s — as a fully accessible space for patient relaxation. The redevelopment has been carried out in phases, enabling the campus to remain operational from the beginning of the project in 2006 through completion in 2016.
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