Archive for the ‘Hospital’ Category
Friday, July 7th, 2017
Article source: Tsutskiridze+Architects
The project presents completely new building with new vision and innovative conception.
Building’s architecture, interior and also furniture design was created by author’s own design.
Main purpose of architecture and also design concept is concrete and colors as architectural detail, also as main component part of design. Green and yellow’s gradation as symbols of productivity and new life, implied by building’s functional purpose, they became main line of design.
Image Courtesy © Tsutskiridze+Architects
- Architects: Tsutskiridze+Architects (David Tsutskiridze)
- Project: GAGUA CLINIC – Maternity Hospital
- Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
- Built Area: 13000 m2
- Year: 2017
- Status: Built
Wednesday, April 19th, 2017
Article source: C.F. Møller
The hospital complex of RWTH Aachen will be expanded with a new building, containing a central surgery area, including intensive care units and a new public entrance hall. State-of-the-art surgeries and ICUs make it the most important component of Aachen‘s healthcare provision. With their design on the area of the landmarked complex HENN + C.F. Møller Architects could prevail against twelve other offices.
Image Courtesy © C.F. Møller
- Architects: C.F. Møller
- Project: Iconic hospital complex
- Location: GERMANY
Sunday, April 2nd, 2017
Article source: v2com
More than six years after the project was launched, the CHU Sainte-Justine’s new building is now accessible. Designed in consortium by Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes and Provencher_Roy, the “Growing Up Healthy” expansion and modernization project enables the hospital to more adequately meet the needs of mothers and children with respect to specialized care and services, while supporting research, education, technological advancement and health promotion. The new, roughly 130,000-square-metre construction increases the institution’s total surface area by 65% and houses the Special Care Unit, the Research Centre, a new thermal power station, and a four-level underground parking facility.
Image Courtesy © Stephane Brügger
- Architects: Provencher_Roy
- Project: The CHU Sainte-Justine’s “Growing Up Healthy” Project
- Location: Montréal, Quebec, Canada
- Photographer: Stephane Brügger
- Client: Centre hospitalier universitaire Sainte-Justine
- Engineering and construction: SNC-Lavalin Inc.
- LEED consultation: Provencher_Roy | Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes
- Landscape architecture:NIP Paysage
- Area: 130,000 m²
- Year: 2016
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
Article source: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos
Public Parking located nearby the Oncological Center of Galicia and the Maternity and Children´s hospital in A Coruna.
This building is the result of winning a public competition called by EMVSA in el año 2013
Image Courtesy © Héctor Santos – Díez
- Architects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos [Lucas Díaz Sierra, Gustavo Díaz García] with Rafael Ángel Otero Mosquera
- Project: Oncologic Center of Galicia and Children’s and Maternity Hospital parking
- Location: A Coruña, Galicia, Spain
- Photography: Héctor Santos – Díez
- Client: EMVSA. Empresa municipal de vivienda, servicios y actividades, S.A.
- Area: 10000 m²
- Date: 2015
Sunday, March 19th, 2017
Article source: v2com
The Queens Hospital EMS station was commissioned by the design excellence initiative process implemented by the New York City Department of Design and Construction, for the Fire Department of New York City.
Kathryn Dean, Principal for Dean/Wolf Architects explains the design by staying “I am interested in the capacity for architecture to convey identity and meaning through emotional resonance. I believe this happens through the impact of materials and form coming together in a particular place… In order to understand the building, it is important to understand two departure points: First, the building was commissioned shortly after 9/11. Second, when I work, I often build intuitive paper models to investigate ideas. When I received the commission, I started making these models. After several more rational schemes, the double horizontal bars emerged. It took me a bit of thought to realize why this felt right. They were my own deep emotional response to the fallen towers.”
The diagonal form pulses with the anticipation of movement, embodying the programmatic need for immediate action and energizing the community with a sense of engagement, Image Courtesy © Paul Warchol
- Architects: Dean/Wolf Architects
- Project: Restless Response: Emergency Medical Station 50 at Queens Hospital
- Location: New York City, USA
- Photography: Paul Warchol
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017
Article source: 3XN
Copenhagen’s Rigshospitalet, Denmark’ s leading hospital, recently inaugurated its new Patient Hotel and Administrative Building, designed by 3XN Architects. 3XN designed the 7,400m2 building as an open, supportive and comfortable environment for patients, as well as an efficient work environment for the hospital’s administrative staff. The Patient Hotel offers 74 rooms on the three lower floors, while administrative offices comprise floors three to six.
Image Courtesy © Adam Mork
- Architects: 3XN
- Project: PATIENT HOTEL
- Location: Juliane Maries Vej 18, DK-2100 Copenhagen
- Photography: Adam Mork
- Client: Rigshospitalet, Region H
- Total Advisor: Aarhus Architects
- Engineer: Grontmij
- Landscape Architects: Kirstine Jensen
- Interior: Rigshospitalet, Region H
- Facade: Facade appears as a horizontal relief clad in the bright natural stone, Jura Gelb.
- Floors: 6 (plus basement)
- Size: 8.000m2 (Basement approximately 1,100 m2)
- Construction Start: January 2014
- Completed: August 2015
- Official opening: August 21, 2015
Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Article source: COMAS-PONT ARQUITECTES SLP
All the rehabilitation services for people with mental illness are grouped in this building composed by the repetition of a 6m wide spatial module. An economic and energy-sustainable constructions system, the domestic scale and the warmth of the interior spaces added to the closed relationship between building and nature makes it a HEALTHY BUILDING.
The building is located next to the main health centers of the city (Vic), surrounded by a park on the outskirts, and its program is basically developed on a ground floor to facilitate the mobility of its users.
Image Courtesy © COMAS-PONT ARQUITECTES SLP
Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Article source: Jaime Sepulcre Bernad
On a perfectly square diaphanous room -15 x 15 m- with four central pillars, the project proposes the structuring of the future clinic in three programmatic bands of very similar proportions:
The first band is the most public, which is accessed and basically contains the reception and a large waiting room. All this generous space of reception and waiting opens its views towards an outer square through the great circles that make up the facade. The reception, organized in a circular piece of furniture, becomes the centerpiece of this first space and from it is controlled its operation. After the reception, there is a small administration office and a small relaxation room.
Image Courtesy © David Frutos
- Architects: Jaime Sepulcre Bernad
- Project: DENTAL CLINIC DRA. CAMPOY
- Location: Murcia, España
- Photography: David Frutos
- Client: Dra. Manuela Campoy
- Constructor: Murciana de Reformas
- Built area: 225 m2
- Year Project: 2011
- Year Completion: 2012
Sunday, December 25th, 2016
Article source: Metropolis Communication
The new building of the CHU de Poitiers gathers all the administrative services, which were originally scattered around the campus of la Milétrie, in a single place. The personnel, whose members have been working without ever meeting or seeing each other, are henceforth grouped together in the same building.
Image Courtesy © Stefan Tuchila
- Architects: Atelier d’architecture Brenac + Gonzalez et associés
- Project: An agora at the heart of the CHU of Poitiers
- Location: Poitiers, France
- Photography: Sergio Grazia & Stefan Tuchila
- Project management: CHU of Poitiers
- Project manager: Stefan Tuchila
- Landscape architect: Agence Hilaire
- Cost control: Oteis
- Structural engineering: Oteis
- Utilities engineers: ITF
- Acoustical engineers: Sigma Acoustique
- Façade engineers: Van Santen
- Lighting design: Lumesens
- Cost: €16m excl. VAT
- Energy performance: RT 2012
- Surface: 11,000 m²
- Calendar: delivered in 2016
Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
Article source: philippe gazeau architect
The Laënnec building has a capacity of 404 beds including 120 for intensive care and intermediate care in all paediatric disciplines. The main medical functions are grouped by complete levels and share the same equipment and doctors. Despite the contextual difficulties, a compact emergency platform: On the upper ground floor, paediatric emergencies (70 000 emergencies per year) will be located beside the imaging department, contiguous with the reception of polytraumatised patients, which is next to the recovery room, alongside the 14 operating theatres in the main paediatric surgery block. The medical and technical platform includes paediatric imaging, operating theatres, post-surgery monitoring rooms and the catheterisation laboratory, making a total of 20 procedure rooms. It is shared between the various disciplines, with a permanent focus on efficiency and optimisation of resources. Combined intermediate care and intensive care: On the 1st floor, the surgical intermediate care beds are grouped next to the intensive care beds, forming a homogeneous unit of 67 beds with direct vertical link to the operating theatres and the medical intermediate care beds adjacent to emergencies.
Image Courtesy © Philippe Ruault
- Architects: philippe gazeau architect
- Project: NECKER HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN
- Location: 149, rue de Sèvres, Paris 15th arrondissement
- Photography: Philippe Ruault
- Contracting authority: Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris
- Prime contractor: Commissioned architect: Philippe Gazeau
- Project director: Jacques Forté
- Work director: Michel Delamotte
- Landscape designer: Pascal Cribier & Phytoconseil
- Engineering: Jacobs France
- Economist: LTA
- Surface area: 60 000 m2 SHON (gross area) / 54 000 m² SDO (area inside building) + 15 460 m2 outdoor spaces
- Cost: EUR 139 780 000 excl. VAT updated 2016 (including garden)
- Date: 2003 – 2014 – 2018