Dominic Hook is an architect director in the London studio who specialises in public sector projects.
Dominic’s work focuses on public education and healthcare projects including the highly commended Highbury Grove and Samuel Rhodes schools and the new Alder Hey Children’s Health Park in Liverpool. His most recent completed project has been Cardiff and Vale College’s new city centre community campus in Cardiff which was officially opened by the First Minister of Wales. Currently he is a member of the design team for the new Dublin Children’s Hospital, the largest, most complex and significant capital investment project ever undertaken in healthcare in Ireland.
He enjoys designing as part of a creative team where an interdisciplinary team can draw on the best skills of its collaborators and he is inspired by beautiful and diverse cities.
“Designing form, place and space will take place in real-time in an entirely immersive virtual environment and you’ll be able to invite anyone (colleague, client, student, patient, clinician) to join you in shaping it. When it’s oven ready you will just need to press 3D Print for physical realisation to commence.”