the Nyt Hospital Nordsjælland . Hillerød

BIG . + archdaily

The new hospital, merging three hospitals into one, will be built on a former hunting area characterized by rolling hills, many small ponds and one of the largest forests in the country.

BIG’s proposal consists of eight interlocking playfully composed rings, which encourage maximum interface between the wards and creating spacious courtyards that give the hospital a sense of community. The flat green roof responds to the natural topography, and the rings vary in height to create access to green surfaces. As a result, each patient room has a relationship either to an internal landscaped courtyard or to the surrounding woodland and greenery.
Instead of creating linear circulation corridors, the hospital is built up around a central node which allows access to all the departments. To optimize the flows, the ground floor is kept free from bed transportation making the foyer a welcoming public space.

Architects: BIG
Creative Director: Bjarke Ingels
Partners In Charge: Andreas Klok Pedersen
Project Leader: Hanna Johansson
Big Team: Lucian Racovitan, Taylor McNally-Anderson, Mathias Bank, Zoltan David Kalaszi
Whr Architects Team: Anthony Haas, Stephanie Schwindel, Akshay Sangolli
Arup Team: Sandra Akmansoy, Francesco Petrella, Ambrogio Angotzi, Tiago Oliviera, Mark Chown, Rudi Scheuermann
Hospital Consultant: ArchiMED
Cost Consultant: Davis Langdon
Landscape Architect: Man Made Land
Area: 0.0 sqm
Year: 2013
Photographs: BIG

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