The hospital is like a cathedral, where people are born, die here, heal here, getting elder here...
Hong Kong University Shenzhen Hospital Phase II Project
The project is located in the southeastern part of Nanjing, Qinglong Mountain. The ecological characteristics of the site's mountains, forests and lakes are prominent, with a high elevation in the west and low in the east. The two valleys in the north and the middle can be easily connected to the planned road in the east, and can also contribute to the unique charm and form of the mountain. The two-winged ridges give us a natural safety barrier and the possibility of multiple entrances...
The Drum Tower Hospital south expansion project is located in the downtown area of Nanjing. The design concept of the project comes from the interpretation of the word 'hospital' in Chinese traditional culture. In English, the word 'hospital' comes from Latin, originally meant to gather guests, but in Chinese, 'hospital' is an agency for medical care and service..
Combined with the characteristics of Xiamen, a coastal city, the design of the maternity hospital follows a soft curve and the entire architectural form is like a light ribbon, representing the transmission of love.
The tranquility and harmony of medical culture and intention are expressed through the use of wood for its natural rhythm and warmth. Through the standardized and modular design, the building saves great construction cost. It only took two years from design to completion, thus ensured the efficiency of the project from investment to operation and to profit.
This project is a reconstruction and expansion project of Dongfang Hospital, located in the prosperous Pudong Lujiazui area. The new building is located on the west side of the old building and it is seamlessly connected form a whole, realized to allow for the most effective operation.
Aged care home
Extension of EMS Foundation Clemence
Aged people hospital
"We won't stop playing because we get older, we will get older because we stop playing." - G. Stanley Hall...
A safe, quiet and secure medical space; a hospital for employees to live and work; a medical coast with sun, sand, sea and hot springs; and an efficient medical matrix. ...
care home of Vevey
Never lose sight of the fact that old age needs so little but needs that little so much. ---Margaret Willour
The Sion Hospital
The low-rise and fully integrated extension of the valley immerses the hospital into the natural landscape of the Alps.
Phase II of the
University Hospital, Shenzhen
This is a contemporary university hospital, and the U-shaped building naturally expresses its identity. The second surface of the hospital is made of standard modules, just like a child's game. Various configurations and uses can be achieved through the combination and change of these modules. At the same time, the modular design allows for procurement and construction control.
International Healing City
With the development of medical knowledge and modern technology, cities will place higher demands on new kinds of hospitals. The hospital is no longer a simple multi-purpose space. It will develop, extend, advance and be able to redefine health in an urban context - 'health city.'
Innovation Zone Medical Center
And Class III general hospital
Growing together with a spirit of investment and entrepreneurship, a growing medical park... Its underground transportation system and surrounding water system make it a safe, quiet and ecological medical park; centripetal design, centripetal park, serving people, feeling the heart; growing network, from central hospital to medical center...
Three medical centers arranged in a modular layout can be divided into a shared courtyard landscape, an underground support system, an above-ground medical street and a three-dimensional, weaving garden hospital.
The traditional Chinese space form is used in the planning of the hospital living area; whether in the outpatient hall or in the inpatient hall, the space penetration through the patio activates the public space of the hospital; Shen Zhongting not only adds a layered sense of space between the ground floor and the basement, but also strengthens the openness and connectivity of the underground space. ...
and Health Center
Xinchang Comprehensive Medical and Health Center is located in the tourism comprehensive service area of Xinchang Town, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, south of Pailou East Road, west of Yanghui Road and east of Zhong'an Road. ...
The design is inspired by the ancient Chinese art of paper-cutting, which uses tools to create a variety of hollow patterns on paper. The form seems to be simply stacking these pieces of paper to create a building with a unique reference to its cultural context.
Changsha Central South University
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. ...
The local blocks are characterized by mountainous areas, some are natural mountain ranges, some are artificially built mountains, rivers and Lingshan roads interspersed in natural mountain ranges. The key point in the design is to deal with the relationship between natural landscapes and buildings. The location of Xianlin International Hospital will be a striking highlight in the green belt. ...
The program consists of four key components: the central medical technology district, various hospital units, the surrounding landscape and the underground transportation system and hubs. These parts make up the whole harmonious symbiosis; there is a clear connection between each clinic or hospital, but each can also operate and expand independently. The goal is to design a hospital with a centralized layout that accommodates a vast courtyard space, a short streamline and the most convenient transportation links.
Woman and Children
The building skin is bred in traditional Chinese origami lanterns. The five functional masses are like the Wuyi Lanterns. The metal grille that is layered out of the building not only shapes the outline of the building, but also helps the hospital to block the blazing sun of Shenzhen.
New District Hospital
of Luoyang No.XNUMX
Hospital of TCM
We are aware of the impact of building on nature and the environment in the era of growing cities. As a message, we blur the boundary between architecture and nature, and hope to maximize the space that complements it as well as patient well-being.
The irregular architectural shape of the hospital also has functional uses: the wavy window sill creates an irregular space with multiple functions for the interior of the building. These spaces can be flexibly configured to be used as window seats, green plants or as a play field. They make the building full of surprises and reflect our design intentions: create a cheerful, free garden, open your mind and accept the children you visit. ...
Dushu Lake Hospital
We pursue the impression of Suzhou ancient dwellings. The building is designed to be small and light. With less floor and higher density, this riverside project will be well-proportioned, light, simple and elegant. It inherits the essence of the Suzhou gardens, which keeps the single building from excessive decoration of the facade and meanwhile，pursues the temperament of the medical culture. ...
Four large courtyard systems are set up: the city courtyard on the landscape plaza, the green courtyard of the emergency room, the sunken medical courtyard and the roof garden on the top floor of the podium. These four large courtyard systems cover three levels: air, ground and underground. The cascading concept covers all users of the hospital and radiates to the surrounding area, which has certain social benefits. The inner courtyard is like the old Beijing courtyard, giving patients more green space, helping the hospital's air circulation, staving energy and heat dissipation.
In the design of the Jinhua People's Hospital, our goal is to create a warm, friendly hospital building that is unlike traditional high-rise and park-style hospitals, where patients may enjoy a bright, warm and homely environment. The goal is to encourage interaction and healthy socialization: meet, talk, share and resonate.
In this scenario, we seek to find the optimal combination between modular, flexible design and the concept of a space. On one hand, the modular functional layout ensures flexible scalability; on the other hand, the garden elements are embedded in this flexible matrix, which plays an indispensable and constructive role.