• SUBSCRIBE NOW
SEARCH

Expansion of Cabrini Medical Centres 2+3 in Melbourne, Australia

by Simon Yuen on Oct 25, 2015 in Interiors
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on Sina WeiboShare on Tencent WeiboEmail this to someone

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the architectural and interior design of Cabrini Medical Centres 2+3 were recently completed by Bates Smart 

Cabrini Medical Centres 2+3, designed by Bates Smart, have expanded recently, showcasing specialist gynaecology, obstetrics, and oncology consultancies, new cardiac catheter laboratories, a recovery suite, a new executive board room, a 150-seat auditorium and meeting rooms.

M11415_N52

The new facilities aggregate together the surrounding medical suites under one roof into a centralised reception control model, supplemented by amenities and a large waiting room space for patients.

M11415_N59

Bates Smart created a series of highly crafted glass boxes sitting above the existing brick podium buildings interspersed with gardens and lightwells. The light-filled interior provide the highest quality environments for patients visiting the hospital, and the main waiting room spaces have been transformed through the use of large form roof lights which modify the quality of light throughout the day.

M11415_N44

Sandblasted and tinted glass sunshades provide privacy for the interior while echoing the dark grey slate roofs of the surroundings.

, , , , , ,

Recent Posts

  • “Fifty-two years of marathons”: Sir Terry Farrell is justifiably
proud of his Royal Town Planning Institute Gold Medal

    Postmodern reflections


    Sir Terry Farrell speaks to Perspective about Hong Kong’s accidental planning and his relationship with Nicholas Grimshaw

    Posted on Jan 16, 2018
    View
  • 2017 RCR BellLlocWinery_1

    Pritzker Prize predictions


    The 2018 edition of the Pritzker Prize marks the 40th anniversary of the esteemed architectural accolade

    Posted on Jan 15, 2018
    View
  • The W1 London (2)

    Luxury London living


    The W1 London, an eagerly anticipated boutique development on Marylebone High Street with a rich musical history, has just been unveiled.

    Posted on Jan 11, 2018
    View
  • The Bund Finance Centre is a 420,000sqm mixed-use waterfront development on the Bund of Shanghai Photo: Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio

    On the waterfront


    The Bund Finance Center, a huge mixed-use waterfront development, reconnects Shanghai’s old and new

    Posted on Jan 2, 2018
    View
Top