The ‘final’ design for the Fiona Stanley Hospital has been unveiled – which must be a relief to the Builders, as it looks like they have constructed up to about Third Floor level. The building doesn’t look quite as ‘iconic’ as I remember it (cost cutting I guess). The website has more info – but surprisingly doesn’t seem to mention the architect’s names. I have a feeling it is Silver Thomas Hanley, Hassell and Hames Sharley? Not sure how it all works together but I heard a rumour that one architect was doing the building up to the internal face of the external walls, and another architect was doing the facade – quite amazing. Its hard enough in the office working in a team when you change something – must be quite interesting coordinating from one office to another!