Stockwell Health Centre (1979 – 80)

This was the first design project, by what was then still called the Feminist Design Collective, for a community group that was questioning the ways in which the National Health Service (NHS) was providing health care for the community in inner South London. Although the scheme wasn’t built, it helped the community group better understand the design implications of their demands. And it gave the Collective – some of whom went on to form Matrix – valuable experience in working collaboratively, and in using drawing differently as an enabler of discussions.