Hunter Medical Research Institute

Newcastle, Australia
Hunter Medical Research Institute
Project 2008 – 2012

A four level building in a bushland setting for the Hunter Medical Research Institute, the project is a unique joint venture between Hunter New England Health, the University of Newcastle and the Hunter community near Newcastle, New South Wales.

The building provides a world class medical research amenity that fosters and enables research collaboration between multidisciplinary teams, across institutions and geographic sites, and coordinates research activity and resource distribution for the Hunter region, with close links to the local community.

The facility is designed to accommodate five different research divisions: Viruses, Immunity, Vaccines and Asthma (VIVA); Pregnancy and Reproduction; Information Based Medicine; Public Health and an upcoming research program.

In association with S2F (Sinclair Knight Merz).


2013 AIA NSW Chapter - Newcastle Jury Prize for Best Overall Contribution to Newcastle Architecture 2013 AIA NSW Chapter - Public Architecture Award Winner