Whitstable Medical Centre, Kent

The Whitstable Medical Centre was a new clinic building constructed in Kent.

A key factor of the design was to provide a building that could accommodate a large number of visitors and patients while still feeling intimate in scale. The structure comprised of a steel frame with concrete and steel composite beams and was supported on piled foundations. The building envelope comprised red cedar cladding on battens with an insulated cavity and an internal block leaf. The building was completed in 2009 and has proven a great success. It also offers clinical procedures to private patients and is part of the St Saviours hospital group.

  • Project Cost £5 million
  • Architect A Studio
  • Images Fluid Structures