Congratulations to Katie Oliver in Scott Tallon Walker Architects who as part of the university team at the London School of Architecture – Metabolic City – were highly commended for our submission for the Architects for Health award in the DIP Arch category.
“London is sick. Pressures from living in a dense city can make leading a physical and mentally positive lifestyle a challenge. Pollution, stress, poverty, lengthy commutes, restrictions on council amenities mean many are unable to take advantage of the facilities and opportunities to live well.”
Our aim was to act as urban doctors, dispensing preventative design medication integrated into the natural flow of our experience of the city organism.
The Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2018 took place in the Wellcome Collection. The London School of Architecture ‘Idencity’ Exhibition is in the Roca Gallery and is on display until the end of July 2018.
Scott Tallon Walker Architects are delighted to announce our position at No 7 in the Top Ten Medical & Health Architects in the UK. The latest league table is represented in the latest Edition of the Economic & Construction Market Review which indicates a long term increase in the value of contracts awarded in the Health Sector.
Scott Tallon Walker are currently leading the design of the new Proton Beam Therapy Centre and Cancer Hospital at University College London, and a new Private Patient Unit, for Nuffield Health, at Barts in the City of London. We are also the undertaking the Supervisory role for the new Phase 5 development (Ambulatory Centre for Head & Neck, Ear Nose and Throat services) at UCLH, in addition to other works at Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital and for Alliance Medical Ltd.
Our Healthcare team in London has grown significantly in the last year, and we look to build on this expansion in the coming year .