Architectus acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples as Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live and work.

We honour their unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters, sky, and communities and their rich contribution to society.

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Health +

Our nationally and internationally experienced Health + Science design team works with public and private sector clients to successfully deliver complex health projects, from initial business case and master planning to planning approvals, design documentation, construction and commissioning.

We have a deep understanding of the intricacies of contemporary health care delivery, whether we’re designing a community hospital, a tertiary facility, or a multi-disciplinary precinct. We bring cross-sector thinking to every project, recognising that today’s health facilities are also workplaces – intrinsically linked to education and research – and hubs for wider community connections.

Our evidence-based design solutions always prioritise the physical and mental wellbeing of patients, staff, and visitors. At the same time, they reflect the critical importance of clinical functionality and efficient delivery, translational research and technology, and digital integration in the built environment.

We define success as a place that supports healing, with culturally sensitive interior and exterior spaces with ample access to daylight and nature, opportunities for social interaction, and settings that support respite and recovery.

Our project portfolio includes the globally recognised Victorian Heart Hospital – the Southern Hemisphere’s first dedicated cardiac hospital – the 6 Star Green Star Sunshine Coast University Hospital, the future-focused and highly-integrated UNSW Health Translation Precinct, and the Werribee Mercy Hospital Stage 1C, which was designed and delivered within three years.