The Wiliam Wake House designed by ADAM Architecture is located in Northampton, United Kingdom. This is the first phase of the Cliftonville site development providing a modern purpose-built healthcare building close to the perimeter of the existing hospital campus. It has been designed with courtyards and internal spaces, and provides facilities which aid treatment and rehabilitation while offering an appropriate level of safety and security within the building design.
Robert Adam designed the outer form and façade of the building in keeping with the original hospital buildings, designed by George Wallet in 1835. Adam coordinated his architectural designs within the over-all planning, functional and technical work of Oxford Architects. The completed building is an example of how different architectural expertise can be successfully coordinated to provide a unique and highly functional design.