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Thames Lodge’s extensive outdoor space

Thames Lodge’s extensive outdoor space

Thames Lodge, a new £60 million mental health building at St Bernard’s Hospital, Ealing, designed by David Morley Architects, and built by Kier, has opened.

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Service-user input key to St Bernard’s arts scheme

Service-user input key to St Bernard’s arts scheme

Jane Willis, director of Bristol-based Willis Newson, explains how the arts and health consultancy engaged service-users in decision-making around the art, interiors, colours, and furniture, for a new £60 million mental health building for the Medium Secure Unit at St Bernard’s Hospital in Ealing.

Reinvention, rather than make do and mend

Reinvention, rather than make do and mend

Peter Stead and Cath Lake of P+HS Architects explain how, working with Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust, they designed a new Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) within the existing Longley Centre at Sheffield’s Northern General Hospital. As they explain, the decision to relocate the unit to the front of the centre, within the former CAMHS unit, provided ‘both opportunities and constraints’.

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