Inspiring the Randwick Precinct through exhibition and art

The UNSW Health Translation Hub (HTH) will bring together educational and medical researchers, clinicians, educators, industry partners and public health officials to drive excellence and support the rapid translation of innovative research and education into improved patient care and better community health outcomes.

With the internal design of the building well underway, detailed discussions are shaping the HTH’s ground floor design, which aims to inspire our wider community through interactive displays, events and artistic experiences.

The southern end of the HTH ground floor will include a publicly accessible events and showcase space. Visitors will learn about the societal impact of the HTH community and wider university’s research and health practices.

Through ground floor exhibitions, collections, digital technology and discussion, the HTH will encourage our community to think deeply about the connections between science, medicine, life and art.

A dedicated seminar space will cater to events for approximately 120 people, and the ground floor will also have a dedicated reception area and retail offerings for visitors.

Outside, an expansive 2,500 square metres of north-facing open public space will help to create an engaging and welcoming place for staff, students, patients, industry partners and the public.

Construction of the HTH is progressing to schedule, with expected completion in late 2025.

Published April 2024