Royal North Shore Hospital
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MAAP's Royal North Shore Hospital masterplan was developed for Health Infrastructure NSW and has informed future development and utilisation at the hospital campus, ensuring the site is able to respond to the current and future needs and provide appropriate clinical, academic, teaching and education services.

 

The steeply sloping topography makes the RNSH campus difficult to access and presented a key challenge for the masterplan. MAAP's three dimensional development framework has successfully supported the delivery of 150,000 sqm of new acute facilities and a further 200,000 sqm of complementary development in a clearly organised urban structure.

 

The masterplan has placed an emphasis on integrating clinical, research and education services and provision of versatile future-ready facilities and amenities capable of attracting and retaining the best people. The urban design frames existing heritage buildings to create a campus heart that reinforces the site's sense of identity with legible way-finding to draw in the community, improved connections to transport and support equitable access to clinical services and high quality public open space.

Location

Sydney, NSW, Australia

 

Sector

Acute Health / Masterplanning

 

Client

NSW Health Infrastructure & Northern Sydney Local Health District

 

Role

Consultant Architect, Urban Designer and Health Planner

 

Value

Undisclosed