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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Infanta Sofia Hospital in San Sebastian de los Reyes, Spain by PardoTapia Arquitectos

 
January 23rd, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: PardoTapia Arquitectos

The building structures itself around an orientation axis East – West and acts as a dividing line between the most external zones and the most internal ones. (Technical Block)

This axis contains two circulation lines separated by a fringe in which are located the vertical elevators nucleus (restricted area) and stairways in such a way that the nucleus situated to the North joins across the medical consults zone and bureaus ( half public controlled access) and the rear one that joins the assistance areas of the technical block (restricted area).

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

  • Architects: PardoTapia Arquitectos
  • Project: Infanta Sofia Hospital 
  • Location: San Sebastian de los Reyes, Spain
  • Photography: Luis FernandezInglada
  • Software used: CAD software and Autocad
  • Authors:UTE: Pardo Calvo+Bernardo García Tapia+Luis FernándezInglada+Juan José Arévalo Camacho+Eduardo HerráezFernández
  • Technical Architect: Iván González Arias,Maria José PuertaMorante, Pedro Montes Barbero
  • Design Team: Stefano Presi, StefaniaAlbiero
  • Installations: Ove Arup & Partners, S.A.U.
  • Structure: NECSO-PONDIO-VALLADARES
  • Client: Sociedad Concesionaria Hospital delNorte. ACCIONA, Consejería de Sanidad y Consumo de la Comunidad de Madrid.
  • Area: 126.790 sqm
  • ConstructionHospital del Norte-Acciona
  • ContestDate2005
  • Dateofproject: 2005
  • Construction starts: 2005
  • Construction ends: 2007

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

On each side of this axis are perpendicular connected “functional containers” separated by courtyards fringes. Those situated to the north are adapted for doctor´s offices and bureaus. This process hollow empty is repeated along the north fringe of the building creating another double circulation that joins in the upper side these blocks, it is use 36 containers as the related before in the three floors of this building zone for solving the PF of the ambulatories zones.

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

The preceding arrangement interrupts towards the west wing generating a large vacuum “Mayor Square” that connects with the parking area by means of a ramp and elevators, this square is traversed for a covered gallery enabling to cross the building fringe in which are the external doctor´s offices and access to the main axis where it is located the technical block.At the end of this square it is located the Rehabilitation service with a direct access from the outside.

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

The fringe of the “functional containers” of the technical block is solved using an element of 18 m. per 25,20 m.  width. The grouping (modules) according to the upright coordinate axis “Y”, of this element separated by courtyards of 4,20 m.  width, allows to use a block of 66,20 m. long and 25,20 m. width (5 modules) or another of  44,40 m. long  and 25,20 m width (1 module) for all the technical block areas; there are 13  largest containers and 4 of the smallest for solving all the program of the Technical Block.

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

These blocks are separated by non-building fringes (courtyards) of 10,80 m. width that can be constructed in ground floor as the way of  Emergencies, or connect themselves indistinctly trough catwalks for creating services with major surface requirements in the different floors of the building.

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © Luis FernandezInglada

Image Courtesy © PardoTapia Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © PardoTapia Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © PardoTapia Arquitectos

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