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AfH Design Awards Winner 2015 Best Conversion Project Award - Citylabs, Manchester – Sheppard Robson

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AfH Design Awards Winner 2015 Best Conversion Project Award - Citylabs, Manchester – Sheppard Robson

  1. 1. CITYLABS 01
  2. 2. 1. Nowgen 2. Manchester Bioscience Incubator 3. The Wellcome Trust clinical research facility 4. Facility of Medical & Human Sciences 5. MAHSC 6. Manchester Science Park 7. The Former Royal Eye Hospital 8. The National Technology Adoption Centre 9. The new hospital development KEY TO FACILITIES
  3. 3. EXISTING BUILDING Oxford Road Elevation 2010 The former Royal Eye Hospital // Original design by Pennington & Bridgen 1884 // Grade II Listed // Victorian Queen Anne style // Major extensions in 1911 constructing the south wing // Numerous alterations throughout the remaining years.
  4. 4. EXISTING FORMER HOSPITAL
  5. 5. EXISTING FORMER HOSPITAL
  6. 6. PLAN INDICATING SURROUNDING LISTED STRUCTURES
  7. 7. PLAN INDICATING KEY LINKAGES
  8. 8. EXISTING GROUND FLOOR PLAN
  9. 9. Clinical (C) Pharmacodynamics (PD) Pharmacodynamics (PD) Shared Clinical Space Deepplanformrequired To Volunteer Areas - Lounge, Dining, Toilets etc. Glazed with integral blind/ blackout Glazed above bed head with integral blind/blackout 8 bed ward bay 8 bed ward bay 4bedwardbay P D bedroom (1 bed ward) Store Store Store Store StoreStoreNurse Nurse CLINICAL TRAILS WARD PLAN Academic Facilities for Health // Clinical trials // Business centre for healthcare // Biotech facility // Media technology facility // Incubator facility // Conference // Academic offer
  10. 10.             The starting point for developing the site was to retain as much of the listed structure as possible. Various options were considered exploring how the project requirements could be accommodated on the site. Refer to diagrams below which illustrate these options. Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Option 5 PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
  11. 11. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT
  12. 12. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT
  13. 13. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT
  14. 14. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT
  15. 15. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT
  16. 16. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT
  17. 17. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT - OFFICES
  18. 18. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT - LABORATORY & R&D USES
  19. 19. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT - CLINICAL RESEARCH
  20. 20. DEVELOPING THE LAYOUT - GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Retail Unit A NHS/CMFT Refuse Yard/Refuse Store Lifts/Stairs Circulation Retail Unit B WC’s Meeting Rooms 8 Main Reception 9 Offices 10 Offices
  21. 21. Rhythm analysis of the existing elevation leads to DNA principle EXTERNAL APPEARANCE
  22. 22. LASER CUT SCREEN OVERLAYING THE DNA
  23. 23. THANK YOU

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