This is the new-look entrance patients, staff and visitors will see when visiting Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Hospital bosses have unveiled this image of the new facade for the first time.
Work is currently under way to install a new glass and stone atrium which will complete major improvements to the frontage and reception for the first time since being built in the 1960s.
The hospital is used daily by many hundreds of staff, patients and visitors.
The stone is designed to blend with existing buildings and the exterior will be illuminated at night with new lights.
The design was on show as part of the Trust’s annual general meeting where new technologies and healthcare developments were also showcased.
Chief Executive Owen Williams told visitors that the health service was undergoing dramatic changes both nationally and locally to make sure the NHS is in good shape to deliver healthcare into the future.
He also said it was a new era of tougher regulation and inspections and the passion of the staff for caring for patients would be key in the future.
He said: “For every decision we take we must try and stand in the patient’s shoes and if we can do that the quality of the experience of our patients will be so much better.”