The UCLH Grafton Way Building wins Interior Design and the Arts at the European Healthcare Design Congress Awards. Designed by Scott Tallon Walker Architects in association with Edward Williams Architects, and UCLH Arts & Heritage team.
Central to the building’s interior design and art strategy was patient and staff wellbeing. Light filled rooms, themes of nature, colours of the English country garden, uplifting artwork and restful outdoor terraces all aim to aid patient recovery and offer a distraction from the anxieties and stresses of being in a hospital.
The flagship cancer and surgery hospital, with nine clinical floors, it is home to one of Europe’s largest centres for the treatment of blood disorders, has a hyper-modern surgical service, with eight theatres and a surgical ward.