Hundreds of community members and hospital staff have had their say on the final façade design of Logan Hospital’s new multi-level car park.
More than 1400 people voted between three concept designs, which were developed following an extensive co-design process with community members, local artists, stakeholders and hospital staff.
The winning design—which is now progressing to construction—is titled Our journey as one big family.
Executive Director of Logan and Beaudesert Health Services, Noelle Cridland, said the native tree motif represents the people of Logan from different cultures coming together, as well as the hospital’s role in nurturing people from birth to end of life.
“We wanted a design that best reflected the diverse and unique Logan community, recognising the many different cultures coming together as a family and sharing the same journey through life,” Ms Cridland said.
“That’s why it was so important for us to work closely with the community, stakeholders and hospital staff to co-design the façade, from developing initial ideas through to the choice of the final design.
“We ran a series of workshops to develop ideas for the design, which were used by our architects in conjunction with local artists, to create three concepts.
“These concepts were presented to our community and hospital staff via social media, our website and key stakeholder meetings—and more than 1400 people voted for their favourite design.”
The chosen design has now progressed to construction, with the multi-level car park set to open in late 2021.
Pictured: Artist's impression of the new multi-level car park.