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

by Simon Yuen on Oct 25, 2015 in Interiors
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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.

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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.

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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.

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

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