Architects for Health‘s successful Japan 2001 events resulted in establishing a good relationship with the Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan (HEAJ). They invited Architects for Health to provide design exemplars to represent an overview of recent trends in the UK’s healthcare architecture. These where exhibited at the HOSPEX JAPAN 2002 exhibition and their 31st annual conference held in Tokyo from 12 to 15 November 2002.
Following the Exhibition, Architects for Health received the following response from the Healthcare Engineering Association of Japan: “I saw your presentation posters last Friday at JMA and they were excellent. We all believe that the posters will make our exhibition more informative and all participants will find them interesting”.
Many thanks to the following six architectural and design practices who kindly contributed to these displays:
Featured their design of The Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic Centre at Central Middlesex Hospital, London – first Ambulatory Care and Diagnostic Centre in Europe.
Featured their design of The Haven Trust Breast Cancer Support Centre, London – housed in a converted Welsh Presbyterian church near Fulham Broadway.
Featured their design of The Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Little France, Craigmillar, Scotland – a new teaching hospital complex.
Featured their design of The Evelina Children’s Hospital, a specialist unit of St Thomas’ Hospital.
Featured their designs of various hospital projects at St Mary’s Hospital, Darent Vally Hospital, Homerton Hospital and Royal Berkshire Hospital.
Featured their design of the new Critical Care Centre at the Charing Cross Hospital in West London which opened in the Summer of 2002.