Designed by Steffian Bradley Architects, Brierley Hill Health and Social Care Centre is located in United Kingdom. The building is comprised of two wings containing a mixture of clinical and office accommodation connected by a central core. The entrance to the main lobby and waiting area responds to a familiarity of surroundings within the cultural community it serves. The main entrance at street level leads to a central reception area with a glass roof which forms the heart of the design.
The plan form has been designed to maximise its external perimeter allowing more rooms can have opening windows. It is thought to be beneficial for the occupants of buildings to be able to observe a natural circadian rhythm over the passing of the day. Windows and views will allow staff and patients to watch dawn move from day, to dusk. Weather changes, the movement of the sun, and winds (movement of clouds & treetops) can also be seen more readily by the occupants.