Dresden-Friedrichstadt Hospital, Building C
The Dresden-Friedrichstadt Hospital opened in 1849 and has since undergone a number of expansions, resulting in a unique blend of historic and modern architecture. Building C, which acts as the hospital's new central building, connects to the overall historic site without appearing like an obtrusive, new building. The building houses the hospital's emergency room, pharmacy, and examination and treatment areas, as well as medical admissions and intensive care wards.
The roof of the building features a helipad, providing an efficient connection to the emergency and operating rooms. The new sterilization department and the pharmacy are centralized in an effort to minimize walking distances. The interiors of the building are spacious and designed to exude warmth, featuring modern finishes and a vibrant color palette.
- Type of Construction: New Construction
- Size: 11,400 m² (123,000 SF)
- Professional Services: Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Medical Equipment Planning, Planning, Wayfinding Planning & Design
- Project Type: Acute Care Hospital, Emergency/Trauma Care Center, Healthcare, Surgery Center
- Related Projects: Acute Care, Ambulatory Care, Architecture, Healthcare
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