A clinic for children designed by Baker-Brown McKay for a parkland site in Brighton has won planning permission. The building is to be developed and run by Dolphin House, which specialises in complementary therapy. Landscape architect Studio Engleback has designed a suitably tranquil environment by allowing the countryside to enter the building. Organic, non-toxic materials have been specified, including a rammed earth wall, earth-rendered reed mats and other materials from sustainable forests and wetlands in the region.
Alan Connisbee & Associates is structural engineer on the project.