Archive for the ‘Health Center’ Category
Sunday, February 12th, 2017
Article source: LINK arkitektur
A new structure is towering up on an elevation in central Uppsala. Skandion Clinic is Scandinavia’s first cancer clinic for treatment with proton therapy. A patient hotel with 86 double rooms has been constructed adjacent to the clinic. Seven counties have collaborated with Akademiska Hus to realise this unique collaborative project. LINK won a parallel assignment in 2007 with a proposal where the plot’s buildable area was fully utilized and Uppsala was provided with a new signature building with a secure and high-tech interior. The clinic opened in 2015 and will treat approximately one thousand patients every year.
Image Courtesy © Hundven-Clements Photography
- Architects: LINK arkitektur
- Project: Skandion Clinic
- Location: Uppsala, Sweden
- Photography: Hundven-Clements Photography
- Client: Akademiska Hus
- Cooperation: NCC
- Gross Area: 14 300 m2
- Status: Completed 2014
Sunday, January 8th, 2017
Article source: AZC
The collection of buildings that makes up Notre-Dame de Bon Secours is to be found at 68 Rue des Plantes, in southern Paris’ 14th arrondissement. Bordered to the south and the east respectively by Rue Giordano and Rue des Plantes, the site has an area of almost three hectares. The heritage of this site is a long history of building that began in 1875. The first wings of the hospital and the chapel were soon joined by new buildings in the same architectural style, following an orthogonal plan along two axes, alternating buildings and garden areas. In 1985, demolitions and new constructions broke the architectural coherence and upset the reading and use of the site. The recent transfer of the maternity unit to another hospital (Saint Joseph) provided the opportunity for the organisation to convert the Rue des Plantes site into a leading community healthcare centre, as well as to re-establish a harmonious and functional architectural ensemble. The transformation of the Notre-Dame de Bon Secours site reflects the evolution of healthcare; from the late 19th-century linear building, to the broad floors of modern medical centres. Following the demolition of the most problematic buildings on the site, including the maternity wing, a large building operation was planned in two phases so as to manage re-housing and building on an occupied site. Phase one, now being completed, comprised the construction of a new building to house a 98-bed residential care-home for the elderly and a 64-place crèche. It is built on the site of the demolished maternity wing, in the south-west corner of the plot, on the Rue Giordano Bruno side. The project also involves the renovation of the street-front building of the old nursing school, known as the ‘chateau’, to house a new children’s healthcare centre. The overall programme covers a total surface area of 14,000 sq m (GIA). Phase two, due for completion in 2017, will see the construction of a nursing home for disabled patients at the northern corner of the site by the Rue des Plantes.
Image Courtesy © AZC
Friday, December 23rd, 2016
Article source: Atelier Naom
The project is located near the Old-Age Residence of St-Tronc.
The site is served by public transport and a special transport service for disabled people is in charge of the day-to-day support of patients : families can thus entrust their loved ones to an adapted and specialized structure.
Image Courtesy © Atelier Naom
- Architects: Atelier Naom
- Project: Specialized Alzheimer Center
- Location: Saint-Tronc, Marseilles, France
Friday, December 9th, 2016
Article source: ARCHETONIC
AMIRÁ occupies a prime location in the City of Queretaro, and overlooks it from the heights of the Diamante neighborhood. The distant surroundings are a visual complement to those nearby. The vantage point played an essential role in the design process and evokes a reciprocal relationship between the architecture and the city. The project footprint and volumetric solution encompass each residence and many amenities feature unobstructed views of the city.
Image Courtesy © CG Veron
- Architects: ARCHETONIC (Jacobo Micha Mizrahi + Jaime Micha Balas)
- Project: Amirá
- Location: Queretaro, Mexico
- Renders: CG Veron
- Design team: Gustavo O´Farrill Ferro., Rodrigo Muñoz García, Alfredo Monterde Alarcón, Diego Castro Ramírez, Ricardo Martínez Mathey, Roberto Galván Contreras, Marisol Merino Reyes, Aldo Moreno Gamboa
- Structure: Montes de Oca, JOF
- Engineering: ETRA, INRASA, CYVSA, Aníbal Gurría, Mitsubishi
- Area: 54,713 m2
- Year: 2016
Wednesday, November 16th, 2016
Article source: Goddard Littlefair
Luxury interiors specialists Goddard Littlefair have completed the design of a £15m+ boundary-changing health and wellness clinic for innovative healthcare practitioners One Stop Doctors. The first One Stop Doctors clinic, in Hemel Hempstead, will set a new standard of excellence in the private healthcare sector, offering patients on-demand medical expertise, along with outpatient diagnostics (from blood, biopsy and health assessments to MRI, CT, digital X-ray and ultrasound), physiotherapy, dentistry and aesthetics – all located within a single ‘one stop’ clinic and available from early morning to late evenings and weekends, to fit with patients’ busy working lives.
Entrance lobby, One Stop Doctors, Hemel Hempstead, Image Courtesy © Gareth Gardner
- Architects: Goddard Littlefair
- Project: One Stop Doctors
- Location: Hemel Hempstead, England
- Photography: Gareth Gardner
Friday, November 11th, 2016
Article source: Ubalt architectes
The purpose of this project is the complete renovation of a cabinet of physiotherapy with creation of water sources, furniture and a waiting space to replace a former consultation room This waiting room is created as an intimate alcove totally out of season and different from the rest of the place.
Image Courtesy © Ubalt architectes
Thursday, September 29th, 2016
Article source: v2com
CannonDesign + NEUF architect(e)s is proud to unveil details of nearly a decade of work on the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM), the largest healthcare construction project in North America and one of the largest current healthcare projects in the world. Now nearing completion of its first phase, the CHUM teaching hospital is also the largest public–private partnership (P3) healthcare project in Canadian history, set to revitalize an entire sector of Montreal’s urban core.
View along St-Denis Street to main entrance, Image Courtesy © CannonDesign + NEUF architect(e)s
- Architects: CannonDesign + NEUF architect(e)s
- Project: CHUM – Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal
- Location: Montreal, Canada
- Photography: Karine Savard and Yann Pocreau
- Image Rendering: CannonDesign + NEUF architect(e)s
- Client: Construction Santé Montréal
- Principals in charge: Jose Silva, AIA and Azad Chichmanian, OAQ
- Engineers: Pasquin St-Jean, HH Angus, Groupe SM
- Landscape architects: NIP Paysage
- Contractors: Construction Santé Montréal
- Budget: 2 billion CAD$
- Area of project: Approximately 3 million square feet
- Completion of Phase 1: 2016
- Completion of Phase 2: 2021
Sunday, September 18th, 2016
Article source: Issa design
To bring nature inside the VertU health bar was at the heart of our ideation, and this, from our first meeting with the client. The space represents different aspects of nature, formally or informally.
Image Courtesy © Adrien William
- Architects: Issa design
- Project: VertU health bar
- Location: 125 St-Viateur street, Montréal, Québec, Canada
- Photography: Adrien William
- Software used: Autocad, Revit and 3Dstudiomax
- Area: 110 m2
- Design period: January to april 2016
- Completion time: May 2016
Sunday, September 11th, 2016
Article source: Chibi Moku
In Lake Nona Medical City – a global destination for health care innovation in Orlando, Florida – a new era is unfolding with the GuideWell Innovation Center.
The Innovation Center is the latest addition to Lake Nona Medical City, a 650-acre life sciences campus, built by Tavistock Development Company, which is already home to some of the nation’s top hospitals, universities and research institutions.
Image Courtesy © Chibi Moku
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016
Article source: AZC Architectes
An urban health center, for the autonomy and involvement of people with disabilities in the city of Paris.
This project provides sheltered housing for frail, elderly residents with a variety of disabilities. The building comprises individual studio apartments, communal areas and medical consultation rooms for residents and out-patients.
To understand the project one must understand the history of the site at 232 Rue de Charenton in south-eastern Paris, along the side of which runs a passage that can be found on city plans as far back as 1789, at which time it led to cultivated fields. Fraught with real-estate related tension due to the complex planning laws in Paris and the Bercy neighbourhood, the project took seven years to see the light of day.
Image Courtesy © AZC Architectes
- Architects: AZC Architectes (Grégoire Zündel, Irina Cristea, architects ; Stefano Lunardi and Valentine Jamet, project managers)
- Project: Résidence Planchette
- Location: Paris, France
- Client: Elogie
- Partners: OTE Ingénierie
- Size: 2250 m2
- Year: 2015
- Satus: Completed