AD Round Up: Health Architecture Part VIII

AD Round Up: Health Architecture Part VIII

Three projects from USA, one from Austria and one from Australia for our 8th selection of previously featured health architecture. Check them all after the break.

St. Anthony Hospital / ZGF Architects LLP Prior to the completion of the new St. Anthony Hospital, the South Sound Region represented one of the largest population centers in the State of Washington without a central community hospital. As a result more than 3,500 emergencies and 4,000 patients requiring overnight care had to travel well outside of the area for treatment annually (read more…)

Klinikum Klagenfurt / DFA Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes The new project for the Provincial Hospital in Klagenfurt is innovative in many ways. The latest Medical Technology along with an enhanced cross-utilization of medical equipment and facilities (operating rooms, examination and treatment rooms and wards in the logistics field) give this new hospital a pioneering status in Europe (read more…)

Mornington Centre / Lyons This new building provides extended residential accommodation for older people who require specialist evaluation, rehabilitation and nursing care. The building contests the conventional paradigm of a nursing home. Through its spatial arrangements and normalising environment it shifts from a medico-centric care model to one where family and carers work with staff to deliver care to residents (read more…)

Implantlogyca Dental Office Interiors / Antonio Sofan Architect This dental office design in Arlington, Virginia is about exposing the therapeutic benefits of color as backdrops for the highly meticulous dental specialty of periodontics and implant surgery. It is also about articulating contrast in such way that color provides positive distractions to patients and visitors as they experience through the space (read more…)

Liberty Medical Center / Front Studio Architects Designed by Front Studio Architects, the Liberty Medical Center, a 20,000 sqf, 4-story medical office building on Liberty Avenue, brings a strong presence to the street that engages both users and observers of the architecture. The architects carefully considered how this new construction could become a link between the existing varying scales within the neighborhood. Follow the break for more photographs of this design (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Health Architecture Part VIII" 22 Nov 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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