Project Title: King’s College London Fetal Medicine Research Institute
location: Windsor Walk | Camberwell | LONDON
Completed: December 2015
Client: The Fetal Medicine Foundation
Project Manager: Buro Four
Quantity Surveyor: Faithful+Gould
Architect: A21 Architects
Structural Engineer: D2E
Services Engineer: Troup Bywaters + Anders
Project Value: £22million
Design and build 5,000m2 centre of excellence for the Fetal Medicine Foundation (Harley Street) operated by King's College Hospital. This building rehouses the world-leading clinical unit and research centre, in a high quality hospital environment.
The project involved the redevelopment of No's 16-20 Windsor Walk, a row of unoccupied terraced houses, which were run down and in need of extensive repair. With the design in keeping with the area’s conservation principles, the front façade of the row of terraces was retained, repaired and refurbished. The remainder of the buildings were part demolished/part retained and the new four storey clinical and research centre constructed in their place. The retained façade of the former terraced houses now forms the south elevation of the new building.
The new building includes lecture theatres, laboratories, medical consulting and treatment rooms with associated management facilities, providing outpatient care and research facilities for a new fetal medicine faculty and clinic for King’s College Hospital.
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