This building create by Steffian Bradley Architects. Central to the design is the welfare of the patients and staff, through the focus on natural light, air and materials. The architecture constantly connects to the outside world and nature, as this has been proven to greatly enhance the recuperation process of patients.
The building has a deep-plate ground floor, where much of the diagnostics is carried out, with three pavilions above, which each surround courtyards. All patient areas in the pavilions are naturally lit and ventilated, with corridors ending in windows, rather than blank walls and skylights are widely used.