Combine the mountain shape and blend in with the mountain view. The use of landscape architecture, using the slope of the mountain boundary, introduces the green of the hillside into the hospital's atrium and roof garden. Taking the mountain as a scene, the hospital and the mountain are integrated.

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Central South University Xiangya Fifth Hospital

The red brick aesthetics based on the tradition of Xiangya Hospital has been passed down and carried forward here. The three or five courtyards made up of red bricks lie in the arms of the mountains. Quietly thinking about the tradition and future of Xiangya.

  • client: Changsha Xiangya Hospital
  • Design time: 2017
  • Project size: 380,213 sqm
  • project address: Changsha, China
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