Great Ormond Street Hospital DRIVE

Speeding up treatment

London, UK
Workplace, Interior Design
Healthcare, NHS
6,000 SQ. FT.
seating area with cinema-style screen featuring GOSH DRIVE logo

We collaborated with GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital) to deliver a space dedicated to accelerated research and evaluation of new AI-enabled technology. It’s the first hospital design of its kind to research the technology that will directly streamline treatment. Not only will the robotics developed here speed up recovery time for patients, but the centre pioneers the newest treatments and cures for the sickest children. It’s a game-changer for healthcare.

The entirely purple boardroom with capsule 'galactic' window out to the rest of the office
iconCapsule Boardroom
Bright orange GOSH reception with two coral coloured easy chairs
iconGOSH Reception

‘We believe this will be one of the most transformative projects we’ve ever funded; one that will change the lives of patients, families and clinicians.’

Tim Johnson Chief Executive, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Entirely pink coloured GOSH DRIVE main workspace area with circular desking, chairs & floor to ceiling screens.
iconFlexible Digital workspace
Vibrant coral coloured ceiling detailed shot of pipe work & services
iconReception Ceiling

The state-of-the-art unit, called DRIVE – Digital, Research, Informatics and Virtual Environments – is the first of its kind in the world. It’s both a physical and conceptual unit and is the result of a unique partnership between PENSON, GOSH, UCL and leading industry experts in technology, artificial intelligence and digital innovation.

The idea behind DRIVE was to create a unique informatics hub to harness the power of the latest technologies to revolutionise clinical practice and enhance the patient experience, not only for GOSH patients but across the wider NHS. We’re proud to have helped in such a transformative project, especially in terms of changing the future possibilities of what hospital interiors can do.