A new building section has been designed to provide space on the ground floor for the rehabilitation day treatment and on the upper floor to create necessary room for the expanding outpatient department. This new building section aligns with the architecture of the existing hospital, preserving unity in appearance. The structure is composed of concrete columns and floors, with a brickwork facade. The department for radiodiagnostic examination and the surgical department have been expanded through additions at the head of these departments on the second and third floors.
Spacious, Bright, Organized, and Transparent
A new entrance hall has been designed between the existing buildings. The new hall is an expansion of the hospital: spacious, bright, organized, and transparent. The light enters from above through the shed roofs formed by steel trusses. In the hall, all visitor-oriented activities take place. From the hall, and the newly connected core with two elevators and a staircase, all departments of the hospital are accessible. This has significantly enhanced the overall organization of the hospital.