Karl Burton, Scott Tallon Walker Architects, along with Ruairi Reeves, Medical Architecture, presented a talk at the European Healthcare Design Conference on the new National Forensic Mental Hospital, Dublin and how our design of the Hospital promotes health outcomes and improves quality of life for those suffering from mental health issues. The talk focused on transforming mental health through design, with the hospital representing a step-change in mental health care. Key highlights of the talk included:
A stimulating Q&A session took place following the talk, with discussions around moving forward in mental healthcare design.
The Hospital was awarded Project of the Year – New Build International and Outside Space of the Year at the Design in Mental Health Awards, which took place on Wednesday 7th June.
Learn more about our work for the National Forensic Mental Hospital here.
Ulster University’s expanded campus at the Cathedral Quarter in Belfast has been shortlisted for an award at the World Architecture Festival in the ‘Completed Buildings: Higher Education and Research’ category.
On Tuesday 28th November, the 10th National Business Post Property Summit took place at the Radisson Blue Royal Hotel in Dublin city.