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WAN Gold Award for Royal Far West

Integrated healthcare facility Royal Far West wins gold

The Royal Far West Centre (RFW) for Country Kids has been recognised at the World Architecture News (WAN) Awards picking up the top award in the Healthcare category.

Through a combined urban design, architectural and landscape design response, the new centre supports RFW’s unified model of health, education and disability services, caringly blurring the line between learning and consultation. Creating a light-filled and engaging place with active spaces, passive spaces and smaller consultation spaces, the Centre is the physical embodiment of Care for Country kids.

The WAN Awards recognise projects from across the globe for excellence in architecture. Congratulations to our client, Royal Far West, and all the team for realising this milestone project.

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