Baler Hospital combines the functions of a general hospital and a trauma center at a rural scale.
The design imagines both a pragmatic and a futuristic solution to the challenge of such a specialized and exacting program.
The luscious exterior landscape permeates the facility through a series of undulating canopies that creates an architectural figure in an open field of green.
The Hospital’s perimeter portico acts as a strong iconic edge that holds together a vast range of functional difference such a chapel and cafe while helping users find their way.
The gardens fill the hospital with ample light and greenery, connecting patients and staff with the outside in a multitude of ways. Source by CAZA.
Article by Marco Rinaldi