Cleveland Clinic

Former office building, 33 Grosvenor Place in London, has been transformed into healthcare provider Cleveland Clinic’s first European hospital.

33 Grosvenor Place was originally built in the 1950s as the headquarters of an energy company and was further renovated in the 1990s. In transforming the building into a 21st Century medical facility, the newest and one of the most innovative Private Hospitals in London, the team sensitively worked with the existing facade, retaining it on three sides. Internally new structure, floorplate and cores were inserted behind the façade. A new western elevation was designed to facilitate the 30,100sqm of internal area and the 184 bedrooms. At the top of the building the height was increased by carefully studying some of the original architect, Sir Albert Richardson’s other buildings in London that exhibit a traditional mansard style roof.

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