Article source: EGM architecten
Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital
- Architect: EGM architecten
- Location: Dordrecht, Netherlands
- Client: Wilhelmina Ziekenhuis, Utrecht
- Completion date: 1998
- Photographs: Courtesy of EGM architecten
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Article source: Atelier Zündel Cristea
Our project engages in an equilibrium (and disequilibrium) between the full and the empty, in other words between interior and exterior spaces, approaching both as materials.
There are six internal courtyards situated within the four unit complex: two large communal gardens of 350m², with four others interior to each unit, which light the way of the paths toward the rooms. The large open garden, accessible to all, is located in the eastern part of the grounds.
Article source: EGM Architecten
The new Albert Schweitzer Hospital is an important part of the larger urban development of the Health Park in Dordrecht. The park is designed as a multipurpose urban area that will welcome around 2.5 million visitors every year. The Health Park consists of three parts: a hospital zone surrounding the new Albert Schweitzer Hospital, a multi-functional sports boulevard and a spacious and pleasant boulevard with shops, restaurants, offices and apartments called the Esplanade. The Albert Schweitzer Hospital, designed by EGM architecten, was one of the driving forces behind this concept.
Article source: EGM Architecten
Verbeeten Institute is a specialist hospital where clinical care is delivered in the field of Radiation Therapy Oncology and Nuclear Medicine. In order to provide better service to its patients, the Institute has added a new wing to the Jeroen Bosch Hospital in Den Bosch.
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 of Sant Joan Despi Doctor Moises Broggi in Barcelona, Spain by Brullet – de Luna i associats S.L.P.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.
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.
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.
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)
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