This RIBA Award-winning specialist learning facility was the first UK early intervention centre for hearing impaired and speech delayed children, including newly diagnosed babies. Built in a narrow mews and utilising an expressive but compact modernist design solution, the innovative environment created at Christopher Place successfully empowers children, and their families, to learn together how to communicate with greater confidence. The audiology facilities added in the second phase of the project
optimised space-use on an expanded site, and its bigger classrooms cater for wider age groups.
Winner, RIBA Awards 1996
The Speech, Language and Hearing Centre
John McAslan + Partners, Architect
F J Samuely and Partners Ltd, Structural Engineer
Entropic Design, MEP Engineer
Sandy Brown Associates, Acoustic Engineer
Gordon Ingram Associates, Chartered Surveyor
Boyden & Company, Cost Consultant
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