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Monash University Logan Hall / McBride Charles Ryan

17:00 - 5 April, 2017
Monash University Logan Hall / McBride Charles Ryan, © John Gollings
© John Gollings

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  • Architects

  • Location

    42 Scenic Blvd, Clayton VIC 3168, Australia
  • Architects in Charge

    Robert McBride - Director, Debbie Ryan – Founder, Drew Williamson – Senior Associate.
  • Area

    9795.0 ft2
  • Project Year


Panama Hospital Competition Proposal / TASH

07:00 - 18 November, 2011
Courtesy of TASH
Courtesy of TASH

The winning proposal for the new Panama City Hospital, designed by TASH, is based on the design of ecological protections and passive bioclimatic strategies. The project is configured as a city, it is in no way a single building but a complex, keeping the capacity of total intercommunication between different buildings in a way that benefits from the different synergies, general systems, logistics, production systems, waste disposal, etc, avoiding element duplicities and improving the general performance of the complex, thus giving sense to the concept of a hospital city that is at the core of the project. More images and architects’ description after the break.