The scope for this 5.8 hectares project included a General Hospital, Mental Health Center, Scientific Research Building, Medical Office buildings as well as staff accommodations.
The General Hospital program included imaging diagnosis, DSA, nuclear medicine, radiotherapy, emergency and first aid, functional inspection department. central inspection, endoscopic center, extra-corporeal lithotripsy, central surgery as well as areas for teaching and research divisions.
The project encompasses an area of 5.8 hectares, with a total construction area of 220,000 square meters, including a General Hospital, a Mental Health Center, a Scientific Research Building, Office Space, and Community Housing for faculty and employees.
Departments and offices each have open air access to one another for facilitated communication and the sharing of medical resources. An elevated medical street connects the various complexes to one another and is configured with advanced information and navigation systems. The design pays attention to the intersection and echo of both internal and external space and introduces different outdoor greening courtyards and sunken gardens to improve teh indoor daylighting, ventilation and visual environment.
The project makes full use of the adjacent botanical garden by incorporating roof greening, vertical and underground greening, indoor and outdoor courtyards, and the creation of a public greenbelt connecting itself to the energy and other renewable resources to reduce energy consumption. The eastern and southern structures take full advantage of natural site conditions for better landscape and lighting oriented design solutions. With courtyards on various levels, life moves into and through the buildings to form three-dimensional multi-level green spaces.