The new emergency post in Groningen includes a GP’s emergency station (GPES) and the Emergency Response Department (ER) of the Martini Hospital. The task was to design an emergency aid centre next to the ER and subsequently to rebuild the ER internally and to double it in capacity. And of course, that had to happen while the ER could continue to function. In addition, the ambulance station was expanded in capacity.
Martini Pavilion, Groningen... A place where one can relax and escape from the hospital environment . ...More
Next Generation Hospital Bratislava Slovakia... For a long time the capital of Slovakia has been looking forward to getting a new hospital facility. To have a broa...More
Haga Hospital, The Hague... In 2008, the Haga Hospital started a programme of innovation to improve working procedures. This programme consists...More
Vivaldi Nursing Home... The main challenge for the design of the new nursing home was to make it suitable for the uncertainty of future nee...More
University Medical Center Groningen... As a follow up to previously completed assignments for the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Wassenaar En...More
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Refurbishment of the Wilhelmina Hospital in Assen.
This centre will cater for the primary healthcare needs of the new surrounding residential suburb.
Masterplan for a hospital, which has become “a building in the park”.
A place where one can relax and escape from the hospital environment .
A respectful Medical Centre in an oak grove surrounding an historical villa.
Dutch Hospital Design recently took part in a design competion for a new hospital in Michalovce, a town in Eastern Slovakia. The competition arose from Svet Zdravia's (client) ambition to achieve similar high healthcare standards to Western Europe and to consolidate various healthcare facilities in the region into one complex in Michalovce.
For a long time the capital of Slovakia has been looking forward to getting a new hospital facility. To have a broad and diverse choice of the design of the new hospital, Penta investments set out an international competition for the definition and design of the 70,000 m² building.
A flagship hospital for Suriname in a tropical climate.
The main challenge for the design of the new nursing home was to make it suitable for the uncertainty of future needs. Through a thorough analysis we realized that not the quality of nursing but the quality of living was the most important factor to achieve the best change of use for a building with an economic lifespan of 40 years or longer.