Archive for the ‘Hospital’ Category
Friday, June 22nd, 2012
Article source: CMVArchitects
Conversion of the “Casa grande” Pavilion of Psychiatric Hospital into a Psychogeriatrical Pavilion. 2002. 1st prize (Finalized work) Constructed surface: 4.437 m².
The project is based on the idea of reclaiming the original volume of the building by eliminating the existing additions at both ends. By using the initial construction as a starting point, two new constructions have been added to the ground floor and thus solve the proposed program in the most comprehensive way possible.
Hospital, Palma de Mallorca
- Architects: CMVArchitects
- Project: Hospital, Palma de Mallorca
- Location: Palma, Spain
Tuesday, June 5th, 2012
Article source: Brullet – de Luna i associats S.L.P.
The Hospital of Sant Joan Despí Moisès Broggiis a newly-constructed hospital aimed at providing service to a population of 300,000 inhabitants from the county of BaixLlobregat.
The organization and arrangement of the hospital within the site is determined by the hospital entrances, the orientations and the topographic conditions of the terrain.
Hospital Moisès Broggi
Saturday, June 2nd, 2012
Article source: C. F. Møller Architects
A whole new kind of hospital – that is how the jury described the winning proposal by C. F. Møller Architects for a new 10,000 m2 ward building for Haraldsplass Hospital in Bergen, Norway. Gone are the traditional hospital corridors, to be replaced by open common areas and efficient logistics.
Haraldsplass Hospital was built in 1986 and has approximately 184 beds. The new building will cover 10,000 m2 and give the hospital a further 108 beds on three storeys. There will also be new underground parking facilities for approximately 400 cars.
Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
Article source: The Manser Practice Architects
The client’s brief required three generic 32-bed acute wards to be ready for the 2010 winter bed pressures, to supplement the existing beds that were at full capacity. In accordance with current NHS guidance, bed spaces were to be provided with 50% single rooms and 50% 4 bed bays, all ensuite. Key support facilities to each ward were to include a Kitchen, Consultation Room, Ward Clerk Desk (Reception), Nurses’ Station, Seminar Room, Dirty Utility, Clean Utility, Drug Preparation Area & Cleaner’s Room.
Image Courtesy Hufton & Crow
- Architects: The Manser Practice Architects
- Project: Chesterfield Hospital
- Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
- Building contractor: GB Building Solutions Ltd
- Client: Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Image Credits: Hufton & Crow
Sunday, May 27th, 2012
Article source: Htdstudio Designoffice
This is a 30 Acre parcel of a sub-rural 327acre site in Southern California with a close proximity to Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zones to the west and south (<10 miles)
Targeted SB 1953 Compliance for 2030
This new facility will surpass 2013 deadlines and meet the January, 2030 SB 1953 Senate Bill target for all California Acute-Care Facilities to comply with both Structural (SPC) and Non-Structural Performance (NPC) Category requirements. Excerpt from the 1975 Alquist-Priolo Earthquake Fault Zoning Act 2621.5. Purpose statement
- Architects: Htdstudio Designoffice
- Project: Small Hospital Big Idea Competition
- Location: Los Angeles, California
- Client: Kaiser-Permanente
- Total Floor Area: 125,000 sq ft / 11,612.5 m2
- Budget: Withheld
- Case Study Site: Lancaster, California
- Software used: Google Sketchup 6 / kerkythea rendering engine 3.16 / Photoshop CS5 / Illustrator CS5
Friday, May 25th, 2012
Article source: 3XN Architects
A team of 3XN architects, Aarhus Architects, Nickl & Partner Architechten, Grontmij and Kirstine Jensen Studio has won the prestigious competition for the expansion of Copenhagen’s main hospital, Rigshospitalet, which is expected to be completed in early 2017
The winning proposal for the 76,000 m2 extension of Copenhagen’s most centrally located hospital ensures efficient and timesaving logistics, while daylight, green spaces and views of the neighboring park contribute to the wellbeing of patients, staff and visitors.
Future Main Hospital
- Architects: 3XN Architects
- Project: Future Main Hospital
- Location: Blegdamsvej, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Client: Rigshospitalet
- Functions: Operating rooms, wards, administration, research & education, outpatient departments, radiology.
- Size: 76,000 (Moreover: Patient hotel: 7,400 m2, multi-storey car park 17,000 m2)
- Facade: Glass and Jura Gelb natural stone
- Floors: 9 (scales down to 4)
- Expected sustainability certification: BREEAM Excellent
Thursday, May 24th, 2012
Article source: c|a Architects
The Memorial Care Todd Cancer Institute is a nationally recognized healthcare leader in cancer diagnoses,treatment and research. The Todd Cancer Pavilion will not only provide a state-of-the-art medical facility for the institute to practice leading edge cancer care and research, it will also be seen by the patients and community as an iconic center for healing in Long Beach and southern California.
2nd floor lobby
- Architects: c|a Architects
- Project: New Pavilion for the Memorial Care Todd Cancer Institute at Long Beach Memorial
- Location: Long Beach, CA
Thursday, April 19th, 2012
Article source: Herszage & Sternberg Architects
Save a Child’s Heart Opens New Sustainable House
The Legacy Heritage Children’s Home Provides Housing and Care for Children Undergoing Heart Surgeries in Israel
Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) recently opened its new house –the Legacy Heritage Children’s Home, located in the city of Holon, five km. from Tel Aviv, in Israel. The house provides housing for children who need life-saving heart surgeries, their families, as well as nurses, doctors and volunteers.
Night View (Images Courtesy Shai Epstein )
- Architects: Herszage & Sternberg Architects
- Name of project: Save a Child’s Heart (SACH)
- Location: Holon, Israel
- Landscapte Architect: David Gat
- Photographs: Shai Epstein
Wednesday, April 18th, 2012
Article source: Michael W. Folonis Architects
Sustainable Modernism Heals, Wins AIA Healthcare Design Award
Michael W. Folonis Architects Designs LEED Gold Cancer Clinic
Michael W. Folonis Architects (MWFA) has won a 2011 National Healthcare Design Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH), in the Unbuilt category, for the design of the UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Oncology Center in Santa Monica, CA.
With the UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Oncology Center—opening in Fall 2011—MWFA created a 50,000-square-foot hybrid facility to house community outpatient surgery and oncology treatment, as well as academic and medical office facilities for UCLA medical students and faculty. The new building, developed by Randall Miller, PE, of Nautilus Group, is slated for LEED Gold certification.
South West Exterior View
- Architect: Michael W. Folonis Architects
- Name of Project: UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Oncology Center
- Location: Santa Monica, California
- Architect of Record: Nautilus Group
- Client: Sixteenth Street Medical Center
- User: UCLA Health System
Saturday, April 14th, 2012
Article source: HKS, Inc.
AN OASIS OF HEALING FOR THE CHILDREN OF PHOENIX
Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s new 11-story tower and additional renovations support its mission and vision to position the facility as one of the largest pediatric campuses in the country. The playful, sophisticated design respects existing campus aesthetics while strengthening brand image within the growing Phoenix community. The design team was challenged to improve upon the existing campus design, planning and flexibility, as well as create a campus image that is bold and unique while evoking an inspiring and comforting atmosphere. Operationally, the nationally experienced pediatric design team was challenged to implement innovative planning and design to support best practices from across the country.
Main hospital entry
- Architect: HKS, Inc.
- Name of Project: Phoenix Children’s Hospital
- Location: Arizona, USA
- Software used: The exterior design was done in sketchup and then it was documented in revit. The interiors design was done in revit and continued into CDs.