St. Christopher's CARE featured on the first page of AJ online



St. Christopher's CARE featured on the first page of AJ online



Our recently completed project, St. Christopher's CARE, the Centre for Awareness and Response to End of Life in Sydenham has been published on The Architects’ Journal website.

“Designed by Mills Power Architecture, the interior is orientated around a foyer that is designed to be both welcoming and act as a gathering place for all those who make up the St Christopher’s community – professionals, patients, carers, families, academics and volunteers. The foyer is designed for hospitality, events – or just for conversations to happen.”

Words by Rob Wilson

Phyllida Mills and Mark Power

Collaboration with St. Christopher’s Hospice began with feasibility studies and staff interviews and continues today. The building enables the Hospice to further their mission in delivering wholistic end of life care, with formal and informal spaces including offices, meeting and consultation rooms, teaching and training facilities.

As Heather Richardson Joint Chief Executive puts it:

“The building marks a new beginning for our investment in education and training, extending opportunities to become more confident and proficient in skills and knowledge beyond the health and social care workforce to patients, families and carers, and other members of the public. It provides an alchemy of learning in which professionals learn alongside those expert by experience, where all can gain unique insights, knowledge, connection and aspiration. Design of the space promotes this transformation, offering areas to connect and exhibit, a formal lecture theatre, a new skills laboratory, and places outside to reflect.”

Read the full article here 🡢






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