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Dulverton Surgery


This elegant building for a small-scale rural health centre makes the most of its woodland setting, providing a high quality and welcoming surgery for the local community.

The doctors surgery moved from the town centre of Dulverton, Somerset into a contemporary, high quality building on the outskirts. The building integrates the doctors with a dental surgery, pharmacy and health workers’ office base.

Guy Greenfield Architects worked closely with the doctors and user groups to create an uplifting non-institutional building that is welcoming and accessible. The buildings natural setting creates the context for a 'healthy, breathing' building which maximises natural light and ventilation. The intimacy of its scale combined with the use of high quality natural materials, makes for a facility that is a pleasure to use for staff and patients. 

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