Firms selected to reclad 13-storey tower in central London
Hopkins Architects and ISG have been selected as the winning teams for the re-cladding of a 13-storey tower building on the St Thomas’ Hospital site in central London.
The Hopkins/ISG winning design is a single skin of glass, with a timber mullion and stainless steel external pressure cap, which creates a thermal buffer zone and two new triangular atria.
It is aimed that it will help to transform the image of the hospital, on behalf of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
The generous atria spaces are designed to enhance the experience for patients and staff.
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