The name of ‘Llewelyn Davies’, in both healthcare and master planning, has a distinguished history, extending over 6 decades and encompassing a spectrum of innovation. The fundamental design principles of the modern hospital were invented and shaped by the founding partners, John Weeks and Lord Richard Llewelyn-Davies. Their pioneering work, supported by extensive research at the Nuffield, was extraordinary and remains as relevant to hospital design and town planning today as ever before.
The company has since undertaken projects in over 80 countries and today works in the UK, Middle East, North Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. In addition to the design of healthcare buildings, Llewelyn Davies has established an international reputation in aviation and in the UK is involved in a number of residentially led mixed use projects. As part of a wider group, the firm benefits from offices across the UK and has access to facilities in the UAE, South Africa and the US.