Designed by international design practice Ryder Architecture, the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice (PPWH) in Glasgow, Scotland, is a purpose-built facility dedicated to providing exceptional levels of palliative care. This building replaces the previous PPWH facility, which had surpassed its ability to offer the levels of care required today. The new facility is also among the first in the UK to adopt the Scandinavian Sengetun model of care, a layout that centers around the needs of users and families. The hospice caters to patients between the ages of 16 and 18, a service not provided at the previous location.

Project details
Facility name: The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Completion date: September 2018
Owner: The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice
Total building area: 5,840 square meters
Total construction cost: $26.8 million
Architecture: Ryder Architecture
Interior design: Burns Interior Design Ltd.
Engineering: Woolgar Hunter
Environmental Design: Atelier Ten
Landscape Architect: ERZ Ltd.
Cost Consultancy: AECOM
Project Management: Turner & Townsend
Construction: Balfour Beatty