The LW Clark Tower at the Sydney Adventist Hospital was driven by the desire to create an environment that would enhance the healing process.
Since the site was originally a Sanatorium and in keeping with the Adventist’s approach we drew a strong connection to the surrounding environment and biophillic principals with our design. The biophilic philosophy is carried through to every part of the design including the façade, where the pattern is based on the naturally occurring Fibonacci sequence and a colour pallet that references the location and history of the site by using the wattyl, yellows and greens of the surrounding bushland.
The building consists of a range of health care facilities and departments including: an Integrated Cancer Centre with two levels of dedicated cancer support including the Day Infusion Centre, 4 bunkers and a Medical Imaging department.
The upper levels house the new perioperative unit with 8 new operating theatres and associated recovery and support facilities, 136 private ward rooms and a Maternity Ward including 9 Birthing suites and a Special Care Nursery.
Sydney Adventist Hospital