The internal medicine department pavilion forms a part of a regularly arranged hospital site which is not very compatible in terms of mass and colour.
The goal was to design a peaceful building with clean shapes and regular disposition.
The soft ground plan curve optically reduces the building's volume, while the asymmetrical extension of the parapet wall adds an element of drama.
Different types of windows apertures helped create a homogeneous facade expression.
On the lower floors, giant order is used to draw attention to the building's entrance.
The facade system is white, window frames are gray and glass inserts smoky blue.
Coloured glass is used to revive the facade on the floor where the main entrance is located.
The degree of visual simplicity was achieved by a technically very difficult facade insulation system.
This system copies the facade curve on the whole surface.
The facade curve also goes through window headers which contain under-plaster boxes with exterior blinds.