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  • People | MAAP Architects

    Eoghan Coyle Project Coordinator John Clarke Senior Architect Jos Poortman Project Coordinator Mungo Smith Director Noam Raz Associate Director Saleh Simba Interior Designer Sam Small Project Coordinator & BIM Manager Our creative, flexible, research-driven workplace is home to some of the industry’s most talented architects, health planners, and urban designers. Read More People See More › Whether you’re an established architect or planner looking for a compelling design challenge, or a recent graduate taking your first steps in the industry, we can provide you with the opportunity to make your mark and build a distinguished and fulfilling career. Practice Alison Huynh Andy Black Brian Mundler Eline Tops Hilary Spiers Jan Golembiewski Lin Kilpatrick Shuang Wu Su Balasubramanian Tom Gait-Smith Tom Jones Wade Sutton Collaborators & Past Team Members

  • Dementia Friendly Environments, Guy’s and St Thomas’ | MAAP Architects

    Location ​ Client Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Role ​ Year 2014 Value £0.65m Contact ​ ​ Dementia Friendly Environments, Guy’s and St Thomas’ ​ ​ ​ Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark ​ The Prince Charles Hospital ​ Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) ​ See All › Related Projects ​

  • Wandsworth Recovery Centre | MAAP Architects

    Location ​ Client Integrated Health Projects / South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust Role ​ Year 2009 Value £23m Contact ​ ​ Wandsworth Recovery Centre ​ ​ ​ Jacaranda Place ​ Clock View ​ Glenside Health Campus ​ See All › Related Projects ​

  • Small Heath Health Centre | MAAP Architects

    Location ​ Client NHS Birmingham East and North Role ​ Year 1994 Value £1.8m Contact ​ ​ Small Heath Health Centre ​ ​ ​ Primary Community Health Building ​ The Missing Middle ​ Carrickore Children’s Home A facility designed with Donnelly O'Neill Architects, providing respite care for eight young people with a disability, aged 4-18 years. Set in private grounds, and designed around a central courtyard, the innovative structure allows carers to view the doors of all bedrooms from their workstation, while fins in the glazed wall provide privacy between patients. See All › Related Projects ​

  • Queen Elizabeth Emergency Care Centre | MAAP Architects

    Location ​ Client Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust Role ​ Year 2014 Value £21.5m Contact ​ ​ Queen Elizabeth Emergency Care Centre ​ ​ ​ Shoalhaven Hospital Multi-Deck Carpark ​ The Prince Charles Hospital ​ Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) ​ See All › Related Projects ​

  • Jacaranda Place wins Best Mental Health Project at IADH Awards 2020 | MAAP Architects

    13 January 2021 Jacaranda Place wins Best Mental Health Project at IADH Awards 2020 Jacaranda Place has been recognised at the International Academy for Design and Health 2020 Awards as the best Mental Health Project in 2020. This adolescent extended treatment facility, which includes inpatient and outpatient treatment as well as education facilities for young people in all of South East Queensland, was co-designed by former residents and families of former residents of the closed Barrett Centre in order to provide the best possible space for young people to get treatment and for their recovery. "The Deputy Director General, John Wakefield, has thanked the team for an amazing effort within such a tight timeframe. He also acknowledged the way you’ve all conducted yourselves professionally and sensitively with stakeholders. One parent who is also on Steering Committee also thanked team for the co-design approach and results; which was collaborative, valuable to be part of, and previously unheard of.” Gunther de Greave Project Manager, Destravis The facility consists of a 12-bed mental health unit, a day program centre and integrated school with specialist vocational training facilities. MAAP was contracted by Destravis to support development of the model of care, functional brief, site selection and develop business case and tender designs for Queensland Health. We completed documentation acting for design and construct contractor ADCO in collaboration with DWP. Alexandria Health Centre wins WAFX Award for Ageing and Health Mental Health Alexandria Health Centre shortlisted at World Architecture Festival Awards Mental Health Clock View Hospital recognised for enduring value Mental Health See All › Related Knowledge

  • Hilary Spiers | MAAP Architects

    Hilary Spiers Studio Manager Qualifications BSc(Arch) BArch(Hons) Australian Institute of Architects Registrations NSW 6201 Associations Hilary joined MAAP in 2022 as the Studio Manager. Hilary is a registered architect with over 25 years’ experience in architectural practice and studio leadership. Hilary manages the financial, HR, project resourcing, business, and strategic development for the practice. Prior to joining MAAP, Hilary led the Sydney Studio for a global architectural practice where she was responsible for all aspects of strategic and operational management. This was combined with managing projects across the Workplace, Community and Education sectors for the studio. Hilary has a strong understanding of managing client expectations within the complexities required to deliver well designed, sustainable and functional projects. Selected Work See More ›

  • Northgate Hospital Villas | MAAP Architects

    Location ​ Client Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust Role ​ Year 2008 Value £4.5m Contact ​ ​ Northgate Hospital Villas ​ ​ ​ Jacaranda Place ​ Clock View ​ Glenside Health Campus ​ See All › Related Projects ​

  • Clock View Hospital recognised for enduring value | MAAP Architects

    3 March 2023 Clock View Hospital recognised for enduring value Clock View Hospital has won the Healthcare category at the Architecture Today Awards 2022. The Architecture Today Awards were created specifically to draw attention to projects that demonstrate timelessness and ongoing design excellence. Only considering projects that have been in use for at least three years, but looking for projects that have been around for much longer than that, they recognise architecture that demonstrates an ongoing record of delivering on environmental, functional, community and cultural promises. In his adjudicating remarks, RIBA President Simon Allford described the project as on that "connects well with its neighbours, presenting a welcoming white-yet-warm domestic architecture that has an appropriate civic presence that both welcomes visitors and helps to calm residents. Its well planted gardens have matured beautifully and offer delight to all who pass through and by.” Peter Bishop, the former director of Design for London, said that “if any form of architecture can transform the quality of life then it is in the medical sphere. The judges were particularly impressed by the attention given to the experience of friends and relatives visiting the hospital. The step change from the previous building was remarkable. This is the architecture of dignity and humanism.” Recognition of projects designed for flexibility and adaptability, that respond to changing models of care, and that have an enduring legacy in the wellbeing of both patients and staff, is a very welcome development in the awards prgram for the AEC industry. Alexandria Health Centre wins WAFX Award for Ageing and Health Mental Health Alexandria Health Centre shortlisted at World Architecture Festival Awards Mental Health Clock View Hospital recognised for enduring value Mental Health See All › Related Knowledge

  • Waikato Adult Mental Health Facility | MAAP Architects

    Location Waikato, New Zealand Client Waikato District Health Board Role Architect, Masterplanner, Health Planner Year 2019 Value $80m Contact Mungo Smith The new acute mental health facility for Waikato DHB catchment will accommodate up to seventy-four inpatients in four units arranged in two pairs across a single level. The proposed site, on a prominent ridge in the north east part of the hospital campus commands extensive views over the city, parklands, and the Waikato River. Waikato Adult Mental Health Facility ​ ​ ​ Jacaranda Place ​ Clock View ​ Glenside Health Campus ​ See All › Related Projects The project has placed a strong emphasis on a kaupapa Maori design process to deliver tangible outcomes that will aide and support the health and well-being of Maori service users as well as other community members. The concept has been developed with the narrative of ‘healing waters’ as a key driver which has helped describe the relationship with the land, and the form of the building. Internally the layout provides a high degree of flexibility based on modularity and a looped circulation system. Inpatients units are arranged along the building perimeter to take advantage of the site's striking ridgeline views which can also be enjoyed from the emergency assessment and admission suites, staff areas, and spaces accessible to the wider community at the lower entry level.

  • Jacaranda Place | MAAP Architects

    Location Chermside QLD, Australia Client Queensland Health Role Architect, Lead Consultant Year 2020 Value $70m Contact Noam Raz The Jacaranda Place adolescent extended treatment centre is a new state-wide mental health facility at The Prince Charles Hospital. It forms part of the implementation of the Queensland Government's response to the closing of the Barrett Adolescent Centre at Wacol in 2013/14. Jacaranda Place The Deputy Director General, John Wakefield, has thanked the team for an amazing effort within such a tight timeframe. He also acknowledged the way you’ve all conducted yourselves professionally and sensitively with stakeholders. One parent who is also on Steering Committee also thanked team for the co-design approach and results; which was collaborative, valuable to be part of, and previously unheard of. Gunther de Greave Project Manager, Destravis Jacaranda Place ​ Clock View ​ Glenside Health Campus ​ See All › Related Projects The facility consists of a 12-bed mental health unit, a day program centre and integrated school with specialist vocational training facilities. MAAP was contracted by Destravis to support development of the model of care, functional brief, site selection and develop business case and tender designs for Queensland Health. We completed documentation acting for design and construct contractor ADCO in collaboration with DWP. The design builds on a two-year long stakeholder co-design process conducted in collaboration with Childrens Health Queensland and the Department of Education. carers, consumers and staff were involved every step of the way and had major impact on the landscape and interior design. The project won the International Academy for Design and Health 2020 award for best Mental Health Project in 2020. Awards 2020 Mental Health Award International Academy for Design and Health

  • Ipswich Hospital Redevelopment | MAAP Architects

    Location Ipswich QLD, Australia Client Building Queensland | West Moreton Hospital & Health Service (WMHHS) Role Health Planner Year 2019 Value $350m Contact Noam Raz The Ipswich Hospital Redevelopment is a 15-year plan to deliver significant expansion to meet the healthcare needs of the hospital's rapidly growing population catchment. The full business case included the demolition of six buildings, refurbishment of three building, and a new mental health building, carpark and MRI facility. Ipswich Hospital Redevelopment ​ ​ ​ Jacaranda Place ​ Clock View ​ Glenside Health Campus ​ See All › Related Projects MAAP worked as part of a team led by multi-disciplinary consultancy Jacobs bringing our mental health planning expertise to the redevelopment proposals. MAAP led stakeholder engagement and prepared the concept and schematic design for the mental health building which is now on site with documentation being completed by Hassell. The 8,000 sqm multi-storey mental health facility provides two 14 bed adult wards, one 14 bed older persons ward, and one 8 bed high dependency unit. The design incorporates future-proofing strategies to allow the hospital to convert admin space to provide an additional IPU at a future date. The scheme arranges public and private areas around a large open-air atrium and clusters patient units around shared courtyards. The building form harness the tropical climate drawing airflow through courtyards and the atrium for natural ventilation and day-lighting, with bedrooms oriented to provide pleasant outlooks suited to healing and recovery.

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