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2016 National Landscape Architecture Awards: Award for Civic Landscape

Fiona Stanley Hospital by Hassell Civic Landscape: Landscape Architecture Award Australian Institute of Landscape Architects

Jury comment

Fiona Stanley Hospital is a worldclass example of the integration of landscape spaces across a large public health facility. Within a diverse multidisciplinary team, the landscape architects ensured that a holistic view of the entire precinct was maintained. The integration of environmentally sustainable design solutions, including the salvaging and replanting of existing vegetation and water-sensitive urban design techniques, marks this as a highly successful project. The rooftop gardens are a distinctive and popular feature of the facility, while the natural environment of this project is already benefiting the hospital’s patients and workers.

For more coverage, read Tinka Sack’s review of Fiona Stanley Hospital landscapes from Landscape Architecture Australia 144.

Credits

Architect
Fiona Stanley Hospital Design Collaboration
Consultants
Accessibility consultant O’Brien Harrop Access
Acoustics Gabriels Environmental Design
Alpolic SGI Architectural
Audio consultant CHW Consulting
BCA Ian Lush and Associates
Bicycles Department of Transport WA
Building maintenance equipment SafetyLink
Communications consultant Mills Wilson Communication Consultants
Design hardware Lorient Australia
Drafting Atlas Industries
Drainage consultant BG&E
Electrical engineer Wood & Grieve Engineers
Environmental consultant Strategen
Evidence-based design Robert Ulrich
Facade consultant BG&E
Fire engineer Norman Disney Young
Fire protection Norman Disney Young
Geotechnical Coffey Projects
Graphics Last Pixel
Helicopter operations Meinhardt Group
Hydraulics Sinclair Knight Merz
ICT IBMS Group
Irrigation CADsult
Lift services Wood & Grieve Engineers
Mechanical engineer AECOM
Model maker John Belviso
Physicist Sean Geoghegan, Royal Perth Hospital
Quantity surveyor Ralph Beattie Bosworth Pty Ltd
Safety in design John Massey Group
Security Sinclair Knight Merz
Specification writer Davis Langdon
Structural and civil engineer BG&E
Sustainability BESTEC
Waste management consultant FCA Online
Waterproofing Bonaldi (Australia)
Wayfinding Minale Tattersfield Australia
Wind consultant Cermak Peterka Petersen
Site details
Location Perth,  WA,  Australia
Category Commercial / public buildings
Type Health
Project Details
Status Built

Source

Award

Published online: 27 Oct 2016
Words: National Landscape Architecture Awards Jury 2016
Images: Peter Bennetts

Issue

Landscape Architecture Australia, November 2016

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