A sympathetic and eclectic mix of modern office design.
Conversion of former Doctors’ residences within a Grade II Listed Building, into new executive offices for the trust’s headquarters. The works comprised physical alterations to the existing layout configuration to create larger open-plan spaces with improved access to natural light and views out. Conceived as an agile workspace format, the space is complimented with small private meeting areas of varying occupancy levels, supporting staff break-out and social collaboration zones, with hot desk workstation provisions. The design went through a mid-stage review due to COVID-19, to ensure the new format could operate under reduced occupancy and social distancing measures. Detailed consideration was afforded to component specification and materiality, to deliver a sympathetic and eclectic mix of modern office design within an historic building of great importance to the trust and local community.
|Role:||Architect, Lead Consultant, Interior Design|
|Client:||Central Manchester University Hospital NHS FT|
|Status:||Completed – September 2020|