This design of this building is based on the scheme that has the concept modern and health. The scheme, designed by UK-based architectural practice Llewelyn Davies Yeang (LDY), is set to buck the recent economic downturn by becoming one of the few hospital projects to go onsite in 2009, bolstering the facilities of one of the world’s leading tertiary children’s hospitals whilst also setting a new benchmark for ‘green’ design. This hospital is completed with the facilities that are suitable for the children. It will make the children safe to stay in this hospital. This hospital has good interiors and exteriors. The glazed facade of the new building maximises the amount of daylight to the building’s interior whilst minimising the solar gain internally. The facade makes this building looks so modern and luxurious. This greater level of transparency contributes to creating a comfortable environment that welcomes patients, visitors and staff whilst also forming a healing environment that aids patient recovery. The staff offices are very representative to do administrative works.