Senior Director, Medical Architecture
The Architecture of Hospitals: High-end Medical Institutions Pt. 2
Founding director of architects and health
planning consultancy Medical Architecture and chairman of the UK RIBA linked society Architects for
Health. His work is underpinned by an ethos of research and
innovation. He enjoys collaborative multi-disciplinary engagement with both
strategists and stakeholders. This purposeful approach supports LEAN planning
and organizational change management. He has a particular expertise in planning
settings for complex psychiatric care, cancer treatment and emergency medicine.
This breadth of experience brings a consistent approach from strategic planning
to detailed design that enhances both clinical outcomes and the human
experience of treatment and care. Christopher has been closely involved in
the design of around 50 hospitals worldwide, recent projects include: Saskatchewan
Hospital North Battleford, Canada. National Forensic Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
The Heart Hospital, London, UK. Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK.