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14 NEWS AWARD


Kenneth Frampton to receive 2019 Soane Medal


Sir John Soane’s Museum have announced that Kenneth Frampton, renowned British architect, critic, historian and Professor of Architecture at Columbia University, New York, will be the recipient of the 2019 Soane Medal. Awarded annually, the Soane Medal recognises architects and critics who have made a major contribution to their field through practice, education, history or theory, and “in doing so have furthered and enriched the public understanding of architecture”.


‘Kenneth Frampton occupies a unique position in architectural culture’


Sir John Soane’s Museum


commented: “Kenneth Frampton occupies a “unique position in archi- tectural culture. His work as an archi- tect, writer, critic, educator and academic over the last 50 years has shaped and informed the outlook of countless students and architects. Few architects practising today can claim not to have influenced by his thinking and ideas, notably around issues of context and culture, as articulated in his seminal and still powerfully contemporary text ‘Towards a Critical Regionalism’ (1983). “Other works such as ‘Studies in


Tectonic Culture’ (1995) and the many editions of ‘Modern Architecture: A Critical History’ have driven the ways that we see, think about and under- stand modern architecture and its role in society.” In recognition of his award, Kenneth


Frampton will deliver the Soane Medal Lecture at a special event on 11 November at LSE’s new building.


HEALTHCARE


Todd Architects delivers Aseptic Suite at Craigavon Area Hospital


Designed by Todd Architects, the opening of the new £3.37m Aseptic Suite at Craigavon Area Hospital marks the completion of the second phase of a redevelopment programme at the campus. Located in front of the Macmillan Building, the two-storey “state of the art” unit will be used for preparing and dispens- ing highly specialised medications such as chemotherapy.


The new suite replaces the previous modular structure attached to the pharmacy department and houses a counselling room where the team can give confidential support and advice to cancer patients about their medication. It will be named the McWilliam Suite in memory of a highly respected pharmacy colleague, Gillian McWilliams, who died from cancer. Associate architect Andrew Speer of


Todd Architects said, “The Aseptic Suite building is designed to provide highly specialist cleanroom pharmaceutical facilities to comply with latest regulatory standards and has a close functional relationship with the adjacent Macmillan Building. The 300 m2


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large external windows providing optimal natural light to the staff work areas. The geometric patterned cladding to the first-floor plantroom continues the architectural language established in the earlier phase of the masterplan.” The opening of the “bright and welcom-


ing” Blossom Children & Young People's Centre last year, devised by Todd Architects after extensive engagement with clinicians and end users, marked the beginning of a phased masterplan for the hospital campus.


ADF OCTOBER 2019


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