Approximately 17,000m² of Booth Muirie’s innovative rain screen cladding system has been used for Glasgow’s brand new University Hospital. The flexible BML Systems were used to create a number of colourful pods, which frame private patient rooms within the new children’s atrium, as well as being used across the entire campus for other feature cladding, reflecting the vibrant, contemporary design scheme of the new hospital.
The new £842m South Glasgow University Hospital is Scotland’s largest hospital, located in the south west of the city.
Built to replace the previous Southern General Hospital, the Royal Hospital for Sick Kids and Western and Victoria Infirmaries, the new campus will host a 1,109-bed adult unit and 256- bed hospital for sick children as well as other wards and teaching facilities.
he new hospital campus has been designed to reflect a modern environment, moving away from the traditional ward-based hospital.
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