The redevelopment of part of St Bartholomew’s hospital estate to provide private healthcare facilities for Nuffield Health including outpatients, theatres, diagnostics and inpatient wards.
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The facility is part of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital site in Gateshead and is one of three labs that form the ‘South of Tyne Bigger Picture’ project.
Byker was rebuilt in the 1970s to the designs of Ralph Erskine, with 2,000 houses and flats. Bolam Coyne is considered one of the most imaginative and remarkable developments within the Byker estate.
The retrofit entailed the strip out and refurbishment of the existing building back to the concrete frame, internal shear walls, beams and upstands which were all retained and remediated.
In conversation with Johan du Plessis
In conversation with Duncan Baker-Brown
In conversation with Professor Tom Woolley
In conversation with Joe Giddings, UK Networks Lead, Built by Nature
Trainee architect, Amy Sullivan, demystifies design for wellbeing with a simple guide to its core principles.
Ryder delivered a retrofit feasibility study for the Scottish Futures Trust. Varying options of retrofit were compared on a demonstrator site in Aberdeen, Scotland.
In conversation with Sam Cryer, Founder, Thermulon
In conversation with Dr Mike Cook, Barney Shanks and Sam Draper
In conversation with Graham Kelly, Giulia Papi and Tasha Greenfield
In conversation with Mike Pitts, Deputy Challenge Director, Innovate UK
In conversation with James Rixon and Sam Turner, ACAN
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