Maggie's Centre Dundee
The Maggie's Centre (the third to be built in Scotland) is a two-storey tower, comprising lobby, reception, office, library, lounge and private meeting rooms. The tower stands as a beacon to the public, identifying the centre as a place of respite to patients. As his first building in Britain, Frank Gehry encompasses his style of the Bilbao Guggenheim into a smaller scale. The judges remarked on how much detail had been packed into such a small building. Clever design and build quality were much in evidence as was an overall feeling of calm, enjoyment, contemplation and inspiration. Scottish Architecture Stamps Maggies Dundee was selected as one of six British buildings on the Royal Mail’s new collection of stamps celebrating contemporary UK architecture.


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