A hospital building that redefines the standards of comfort
Designed for a developing area, the International Medical Center in Cambodia is a project that engages the theme of hospital architecture by organising its activities in a vertical structure: a system of folding surfaces that bend in space and enclose the complex program. This strategy defines functionally independent units and therefore provides a better energy and environmental strategy.
The architectural movement of the partitions has been designed accordingly to the building’s orientation, integrating the concept of space with bioclimatic strategies.
The outcome is a sinuous, replicable and sustainable architecture, a model of quality that sets new standards in a region of underdeveloped healthcare assistance.